UPDATE: Early count from Hotel Dieu Hospital's Food Blitz in support of us is 63,200 lbs of non perishables. Thank you very much to HDH staff and volunteers, all canvassers and to everyone in Kingston and area that donated. Well done! Should see more donations in the next few weeks and we will update everyone.
Letter From Our Executive Director - Sandy Singers
Perpetual E-Motion, a quartet from the Kingston Townsmen Barbershop Chorus is supporting us this year with a ‘Caroling for Food Campaign’ on Sunday, December 22 from approximately 1pm-9pm.
On Friday December 13, 2013, starting at 6pm in Springer Market Square, the annual Jingle Bell walk will begin and trek down to City Park for the Memorial Tree-Lighting ceremony.
UPDATE: Donations from this event totalled 2654 lbs. of groceries and $193.07 in cash. Thank you to all that organized, volunteered and donated at this event!
UPDATE: Kingston area Scouts raised $2021.97 and collected 6759 lbs. of groceries. Thank you to all of you, and to Capital Movers & Storage and Ward's Towing.
UPDATE: The generous folks of Kingston donated 4500 lbs. of groceries and over $2700 during Santa's Parade. Thank you to all for donating and a special thank you to Trinity Presbyterian Church Amherstview & Findlay Foods Kingston Ltd. volunteers for their time and effort! Merry Christmas!
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UPDATE: September 30, 2013 - This past Friday evening Devon Cobb, her family and friends collected 1975 lbs. of non-perishable food items and $466.90 and climbing. Another tremendous effort! We thank everyone involved and to those that donated.
Devon and her team of volunteers will be out collecting donations door-to-door Friday September 27th 2013 from 6pm to 8pm in the Henderson Place area. Collection Route: Waterbury Crescent to Springfield Drive part of Roosevelt Drive to Tanglewood Drive around Ringstead Drive.
UPDATE: May 16, 2013 - Collection bags will continue to come in over the next few weeks, so we are confident in predicting that we should receive enough food items to hit the 90,000 pound mark. Although this is short of our 100,000 pound goal, we are very pleased with the outcome.