RELAY FOR HUNGER – FOOD FOR NORTHERN CANADA

PROJECT COMPLETE

True North Aid was able to provide the funds needed to transport 1.5 tons of food supply held in Thunder Bay since the spring to Fort Albany & Kash, ON to support their local food bank. This project is in partnership with Relay For Hunger. Supplies include one pallet of Mini Wheats (252 KG), one pallet of Corn Pops (217Kg), one pallet of pasta 660Kg & one pallet mix crackers & soup (484 Kg).

Help us transport 21 boxes to Neskantaga & Eabametoong First Nation communities in northern Ontario this September. Boxes are packed with donated items like quilts, scarfs, hats, mitts, sweaters, school supplies and more!

On April 1, 2017, hundreds of volunteers in Peterborough gathered to help KAHCanada.org put together over 33,000 dried food casseroles to help feed hungry children around the world. Over 15,000 of these packages have been designated to help northern communities in Canada.

450 kg of donations were sent to Northern Ontario. The items were donated by southern Ontario residents. Residents in the remote northern Ontario community of Attawapiskat received this shipment of school supplies, warm winter clothing and hand-crafted baby items. The items were all donated through collection drives held by several non-profit agencies and were spearheaded by True North Aid.

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