Thanks to our students who participated in the Canada Summer Jobs Program with us this summer. Thanks also to the office of MP Dave Epp for helping us with the application. We will miss Mohamad, Amelie, and Mahmoud, and wish them well as they go back to school and work this Fall.
Thanks to Farm Credit Canada for grant funds to enabled us to purchase a new delivery truck. News Release – FCC contributes $1.5 million to 92 community projects across Canada Regina, Saskatchewan, September 8, 2020 – Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is giving $1.5 million through its FCC AgriSpirit Fund to 92 community groups across Canada to support rural capital projects.
Over 100 Rotarians from Windsor Essex Clubs, Areas 9 and 10 participated in the 2nd Annual 24 hour Glean-a-thon at the Southwestern Ontario Gleaners. They chopped and peeled thousands of pounds of potatoes and peppers to make dehydrated soup mix to help combat food insecurity. Dedicated to helping feed the hungry, Rotarians are proud of their efforts that will see
On behalf of Southwestern Ontario Gleaners, TIna Quiring, Treasurer was pleased to accept a generous grant from the HL Tiessen Foundation to support our ongoing work to help those in need of food relief. GOLF TOURNAMENT AIDS LOCAL GROUPS The recent charity golf tournament, Swinging for the Community, organized by the HL Tiessen Foundation raised $48,000 for four different community
Tina Quiring, chair of the Southwestern Ontario Gleaners, was interviewed on Wednesday, March 27th on the popular television talk show, 100 Huntley Street. Working to Eliminate World Hunger Show host, Cheryl Weber, asked Tina Quiring if her vision to eliminate world hunger was possible. Tina replied without hesitation “it is absolutely possible, there is no doubt in my mind …all
On Nov. 24, 2017, roughly $50,000 in fresh veggies and dehydrated soup was delivered in the Gateway to the North through the generosity of a variety of organizations. The donations are to be split between communities in the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation (PBCN), Montreal Lake, as well as The Full Gospel Outreach Centre, S.H.A.R.E and the Prince Albert Food Bank.
A 22-kilogram bag of carrots from Leamington, Ont. traveled more than 1,000 kilometers by road and another 500 kilometers by air before it landed in Lance Baxter’s arms. The bulky bag was part of a food shipment that would usually cost thousands of dollars to get to Marten Falls First Nation, a remote northern Ontario community where about 400 people were in need of
On Friday morning, 10,000 pounds — or 4,536 kilograms — of food was loaded onto a Wasaya Hawker Siddeley 748 plane to fly to Sandy Lake, a First Nation community. The use of plane was donated by the First Nations-owned airline. Wasaya Airways, Erb Trucking and the Trucks for Change network have all been instrumental in getting the donated food to its final
Young And Old Every weekday at 8 a.m. a group of dedicated seniors put on hair nets, slide on sanitary gloves and grab a seat beside a rotating conveyer belt. On that belt, are not-so-pretty peppers and those oversized carrots that growers may not be able to sell to grocery store suppliers. “What we do here gives life to