Mar 17, 2014 to Mar 28, 2014
The Centre for Student Success and the York University NOISE Project (The New Opportunities for Innovative Student Engagement) have teamed up to organize a food drive in support of the North York Harvest Food Bank.
The food collected through this drive will be provided to individuals and families seeking emergency food assistance, and will help address hunger for those individuals living in the Jane & Finch community.
We invite you to participate in and contribute to this worthy cause by asking your community of students, faculty and staff to donate food items for the drive, which runs Monday, March 17, to Friday, March 28.
All that is required when you participate is to register your area's support online and display a donation box or bin in your area. All donated amounts collected during this time period will be picked up and delivered to the North York Harvest Food Bank at the completion of the food drive.
Why not be the area that raises the most food and have bragging rights? Items being accepted include: grains, canned fish and meat, canned or dried beans, cooking oil, canned fruit and vegetables, fruit juice, cereals, healthy snacks and spreads, baby products such as formula, infant cereals, baby food, diapers, canned or powdered milk, and spices and seasonings.
We appreciate any contribution you are able to make to help support the North York Harvest Food Bank.
If you have any questions, contact Sev Arslan (NOISE) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Diane Stadnicki (LA&PS) at email@example.com.
Help us fight hunger in our community. We thank you in advance for your support.
The Centre for Student Success and the NOISE Project at York University
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