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RFB Guidelines on Tax Receipts for In-Kind Donations
The Richmond Food Bank is very grateful for your donations that enable us to serve more than 1400 people each week through our grocery distribution and more than 700 people through the food we provide to our community partners. We rely on your support, as we are a registered charity that is not government-funded. The…Read More
Thank You RFB Donors!
As a registered charity that is not government-funded, we couldn’t help our neighbours in need without the generous support of our supporters – the many individuals, community groups and businesses that give monetary, in-kind, or food donations. We’re working on properly appreciating everyone who generously gives to the Richmond Food Bank, and we started by…Read More
We Like Fresh Produce Donations!
Did your vegetable garden or fruit tree produce a bumper crop? Are you a farmer? Please consider donating your excess, good-quality fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables to the Richmond Food Bank. Fresh fruits and vegetables are essential – many of the people we serve are dealing with health concerns and/or are raising children, and…Read More
Thank you Sinfully the Best!
Thank you to Sinfully the Best Chocolates for their very generous donation of $2000! Sinfully the Best employee (C) presents a $2000 cheque to RFB office manager Judy Ying Sun (L) and RFB volunteer Don (R) Sinfully the Best held a raffle for a large chocolate bunny during Easter and sold 1000 tickets for $1…Read More
Thank You Richmond Cosom Floor Hockey Association!
Kevin Coles, RCFHA President presents a cheque to Alex Nixon from the RFB Thank you to the Richmond Cosom Floor Hockey Association (RCFHA) for their generous donation of $300 to help our neighbours in need. The RCFHA held a 50/50 draw during their season-ending playoffs on Sunday 1 March 2015 and donated their part of…Read More