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Community Resources

By Stephanie Shulhan in Services and Resources on March 2, 2021

Community Food Resources Richmond Community Food Access Report 2020 We often share information about free drop-in meals and other key services available in Richmond, BC. Many of these have been impacted by Covid-19, but there is an up-to-date map of food resources thanks to Vancouver Coastal Health: http://www.vch.ca/public-health/nutrition/food-asset-map Financial Assistance If you have received the…

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Our Impact in 2020

By Stephanie Shulhan in Donation on March 2, 2021

Richmond Food Bank Society – Our Impact in 2020 For Immediate Release March 1, 2021- Richmond BC – In these times of uncertainty, one thing is for sure – Richmond Food Bank Society donors had an incredible impact in 2020. A heartfelt thanks is extended for all of the gracious donations made, especially during the…

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RFBS launches into 2021 as a Good Food Organization

By Stephanie Shulhan in Press Releases on February 4, 2021

The Richmond Food Bank Society joins cross-Canada network that uses healthy food as a tool for social change [Richmond, BC, February 4, 2021]—The Richmond Food Bank Society is thrilled to announce it has joined Community Food Centres Canada’s Good Food Organizations (GFO) network.  The Richmond Food Bank is one of 147 organizations joining the network in 2021,…

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Thanks for supporting The Coldest Night of the Year #CNOY Walk

By Stephanie Shulhan in Community Events on January 12, 2021

All through February 2021, the Richmond Food Bank Society walking team fundraised for the annual Coldest Night of the Year family-friendly walk. Thanks to your support, we raised $600 this year! Thank you for walking with us or supporting the RFBSociety team this past month, and for helping to raise money for Chimo Community Services! Fun…

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BC Poverty Reduction Coalition calls for continuation of temporary $300/month support for those on disability and income assistance

By Stephanie Shulhan in Information about Food Security on December 6, 2020

The $300 increase for PWD and IA was life changing. We have until the March 31 budget meeting to raise the volume on this issue. Take action from home: https://www.300tolive.org/campaign.html#A2 As reported in a recent article, the BC Poverty Reduction Coalition has called on the provincial government to continue the temporary COVID-19 support ($300 monthly)…

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