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COVID-19 Response and Schedule Changes

By Stephanie Shulhan in Food Safety on March 16, 2020

Updated June 8, 2020: The Richmond Food Bank Society’s response to COVID-19 is as follows: We have adapted our services temporarily, providing pre-packaged hampers for our clients to pick up (instead of our usual choice-based model in which clients choose their groceries). Until further notice, once-weekly hampers will be available from #100 5800 Cedarbridge Way,…

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Cooking Classes in March! Register today

By Stephanie Shulhan in Community Events on February 26, 2020

Starting in the first week of March, free cooking classes organized by the Richmond Food Bank in partnership with Food Banks Canada will be hosted at the Caring Place kitchen, room 340 – 7000 Minoru Blvd in Richmond, BC. To reserve your spot in any or all of the 8 classes listed below (please note…

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CLOSED for Family Day, Monday February 17 2020

By Stephanie Shulhan in RFB News on February 16, 2020

Our office, perishable grocery distribution, and grocery distribution depot (normally taking place at Steveston United Church 3:30pm – 5pm) will be closed for the Family Day stat holiday, Monday February 17 2020. Take a look at some family friendly activities taking place in Richmond BC this Family Day weekend.

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CLOSED TODAY – Tuesday, February 4 – Grocery Distribution at Peace Mennonite Church

By Stephanie Shulhan in RFB News on February 4, 2020

Due to the snowy conditions and related weather alerts, today’s Grocery Distribution at Peace Mennonite Church – 11571 Daniels Road – will be CLOSED. We will be open for Grocery Distribution tomorrow, Wednesday February 5th at 100 – 5800 Cedarbridge Way from 11am – 1pm, as scheduled. Please see our full schedule here. Thank you!

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Coldest Night of the Year #CNOY Walk – February 22

By Stephanie Shulhan in Community Events on February 3, 2020

It’s cold out there! And on Saturday, February 22 2020, the Richmond Food Bank Society is going to help do something good about it. The annual Coldest Night of the Year family-friendly walk raises money for local charitable organizations serving people in our communities who are homeless, hungry, and hurting. RFBS staff, volunteers, and supporters…

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