Partners in making an impact.
Our partners help to provide meals to more than 4 million Canadians living with food insecurity each year.
Check out the current campaigns that you can get involved with to support food banks in your community!
Cadbury Goodness Bar:
Our partner Cadbury has introduced the Cadbury Goodness Bar, a new limited-edition 200 gram version of the classic Cadbury Dairy Milk, to provide meals for Food Banks Canada’s network of food banks. With every online purchase of the Cadbury Goodness Bar, Cadbury will match the donation, up to $100,000, in addition to giving 100 per cent of the proceeds to Food Banks Canada. Canadians can choose how much they want to give*, and all proceeds will support Canadians facing food insecurity. The Cadbury Goodness Bar is now available while quantities last at www.GoodnessBar.ca. *Minimum donation of CDN $10, up to a maximum of CDN $1,000 per bar.
Club House Canada:
This year, Club House Canada is assembling a national virtual cookbook celebrating the culinary traditions that bring us together. Club House will honour recipe submissions with a donation of 6,000 meals to support those in need this Thanksgiving season. Be sure to look out for their 140th Celebration cookbook, going live on Oct. 3, 2023. For more information, visit www.ClubHouse.ca/CanadaCooks.
Donate a Car Canada:
Donate a Car Canada accepts vehicle donations for Food Banks Canada. Free towing is provided in most areas across Canada, or you can drop off your vehicle to maximize your donation. When you donate your car, truck, RV, boat, or motorcycle to Food Banks Canada through Donate a Car Canada, it will either be recycled or sold at auction (depending on its condition, age and location). Donate a Car Canada will look after all the details to make it easy for Food Banks Canada to benefit. After your vehicle donation is complete, you will receive a tax receipt and Food Banks Canada will put your gift to good use. Please click here to donate a vehicle.
For every new account opened with Questrade in 2023, one day’s worth of meals will be donated in support of Food Banks Canada. To learn more visit: www.questrade.com
Cleo Cares – now until Sept. 16, 2023:
Cleo is proud to support Food Banks Canada as part of our Cleo Cares initiative. From Sept. 1 until Sept. 16, 2023, earn 50 bonus points when you make a monetary or non-perishable food donation to your nearest Cleo to support a local food bank. Cleo’s goal is to raise $5,000 or 10,000 meals for Food Banks Canada.
Desjardins Insurance – now until Oct. 9, 2023:
Double your impact this Thanksgiving! From Sept. 18 to Oct. 9, 2023, Desjardins Insurance will match donations made to Food Banks Canada from individual donors through our direct mail and email campaign, up to $100,000.
West Coast Seeds – now until Oct. 31, 2023:
West Coast Seeds is supporting Food Banks Canada through their signature collection of seeds, with 100 per cent of sales to be donated to Food Banks Canada. You can choose seed packets that include multi-colour sunflowers, mini cucumbers, and an easy-to-grow basil.
Ben’s Original – now until Nov. 12, 2023:
For every Ben’s Original™ Ready Rice sold between July 3 to November 12, two meals will be donated to Food Banks Canada ($1 = 2 meals).
Purolator Tackle Hunger – now until Dec. 31, 2023:
This year marks 20 years that Purolator Tackle Hunger has been taking action against food insecurity across Canada. Since 2003, the Purolator Tackle Hunger program has raised over 20 million pounds of food to support food banks across the country. Through an expanded partnership with Food Banks Canada, and a variety of local initiatives, Purolator will be tackling hunger by raising critical funds and food to support food banks across Canada. Find out more about how you can get involved at www.purolatortacklehunger.com.
Pampered Chef – now until Aug. 31, 2024:
From now until Aug. 31, 2024, Pampered Chef will donate $1 to Food Banks Canada from every purchase of the Multicolor Kitchen Utensil Set, as part of their Round-Up from the Heart initiative.
Check back later for upcoming campaigns that you can get involved with to support food banks in your community!
HERE’S HOW YOU CAN MAKE YOUR OWN IMPACT.
Your neighbours still need food.
You can help.