RFB News | Richmond Food Bank Society - Part 5

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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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Thank You, Richmond Auto Mall!

By Stephanie Shulhan in Donation on January 13, 2020

Thank you once again to Richmond Auto Mall! The proceeds of their annual donation drive totaled $36,000 (even more than last year’s donation drive!) and over 407 kgs (almost 900 lbs) of nonperishable food! We can’t thank the Richmond Auto Mall enough for their dedication and generous support. The Richmond Auto Mall has held an…

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New! Additional Perishable Grocery Distributions on Mondays and Fridays at Cedarbridge Way

By Stephanie Shulhan in Information about Poverty on January 7, 2020

The Richmond Food Bank now offers a perishable grocery distribution that is held on Mondays and Fridays (except on stat holidays), from 11am – 1pm, only at #100 5800 Cedarbridge Way. Here is what you need to know if you plan to pick up food at a perishable grocery distribution: Time and Location: 11am –…

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December 2019 Hours of Operation & Grocery Distribution Schedule

By Stephanie Shulhan in RFB News on November 25, 2019

Happy Holidays! Here is our Holiday Schedule for December 2019 and early January 2020. Please note that our last grocery distribution of 2019 will be Monday, December 23 from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm at our Steveston United Church Depot. There will be no grocery distribution from December 24 2019 to January 1 2020 inclusive. …

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Help us win $10,000!

By Stephanie Shulhan in Donation on June 10, 2019

Summer is such a wonderful time in Canada – great weather and longer days mean more fun outdoor activities, weekends away, BBQs and much more. However, for many Canadian Food Banks (and other charitable organizations), donations tend to drop off in summertime as compared to the winter months. To help save charities coast-to-coast from the…

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