The Dec. 22nd finale of the Business Cares Food Drive may be fast approaching, but campaign chair Wayne Dunn said there is still a need for more donations to help Londoners through challenging times.
It has been a year like no other. Businesses and employees throughout the Forest City have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
These are the times when community matters most. With the COVID-19 pandemic response creating so much uncertainty, Business Cares has been asked to assist with the London and Area Food Bank’s annual Spring Food Drive that runs from April 3 through April 13.
Londoners answered the call and proved once again that taking care of business means taking care of people, as the Business Cares Food Drive collected a record 476,000 pounds worth of food and cash donations for this year's campaign.
The 2019 Food Drive -- the 20th annual campaign -- concluded today with its day of giving and the 476,000 pounds represents a 7.4 per cent increase over last year's record total of 443,000.
The Business Cares Food Drive concludes on Friday, Dec. 20, 2019, but the campaign still needs donations to help it reach its goal of 443,000 pounds worth of food.
"Every year the generosity of the London community is inspiring," said Business Cares campaign chair Wayne Dunn "However, we still need donations to achieve our goal to help the many individuals and families in need. We have our fingers crossed that the campaign will get some nice surprises between now and Friday morning."
Tampon Tuesday started after a fateful visit to the London Food Bank -- 10 years later, it has grown and evolved to become a Canada-wide institution. And tomorrow you have an opportunity to make a difference and support the organization that inspired it all!
The Business Cares Food Drive doesn't kick off until Nov. 29, but many businesses are already on board, collecting donations, and making plans to make a difference.
On Nov. 23, 2019, as part of its fifth anniversary celebration, the 1103 Adelaide St. N. SportsClips Haircuts location is giving you the opportunity to get a-"head" of the game by offering you a $5 haircut when you bring in a food donation for the Business Cares Food Drive in Support of the London Food Bank.
Though the colder weather may still be a few weeks away, there's no better time than now to start getting into the spirit of giving! The Business Cares Food Drive, in support of the London & Area Food Bank is gearing up for what we know will be another successful campaign thanks to the generosity of Londoners and London businesses.
This year's campaign official kicks off on Nov. 29, 2019 with a ceremony at Western University's London Hall. The campaign runs through Dec. 20. And we wanted to reach out to you today to ask you to start planning your support.
Londoners answered the call and proved once again that taking care of business means taking care of people, as the Business Cares Food Drive collected a record 443,000 pounds worth of food and cash donations for this year's campaign.
The 2018 Food Drive -- the 19th annual campaign -- concluded today with its day of giving and the 443,000 pounds represents a 1.8 per cent increase over last year's record total.
The 2018 edition of the Business Cares Food Drive is rapidly reaching its conclusion but there's still time -- and the need -- for your support!
The Drive concludes on Friday, Dec. 21st, as we deliver non-perishable food items and donations to the London Food Bank, but can still donate to the cause. Visit businesscares.ca for more details.
We need your help to reach our goal of 435,000 pounds of food! Thank you for your generosity and continued support of the Business Cares Food Drive.
Taking Care of Business Means Taking Care of People
Though measures to fight Covid-19 have kept us farther apart, this year the need for us to come "together" to support those in need is more prominent than ever. This year's campaign may be more virtual, but the need is very much real. Learn how you can donate to the cause.
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