Here’s an opportunity to donate to a worthy cause while listening to some great piano players: Jesse Brown, Sheldon Corbett, Grant Currie, Neil Currie, Wes Froese, Don Griffith, Dianne Gryba, Martin Janovsky, Bonnie Nicholson, Ross Nykiforuk, Katie Omerod, Ken Pizurny, Kim Salkeld, Ray Stephanson, Cass Stinn, Paul Suchan, Gabriele Valenti, and Matt Wolsfeld.
If you live near the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre and would like your flu shot, please bring your health car between 10:00am and 2:00pm on November 3.
Forms can be filled out in advance at www.4flu.ca or in person when you arrive at the Food Bank.
Please enter through the 21st Street entrance.
We're calling on our community to help us raise $50,000 for the first-ever Milk for Children Day at the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre!
The Milk for Children program offers one litre of milk to children 17 (and under) and pregnant/nursing mothers. With the increased demand, we are now seeing over 22,000 people a month accessing emerency food baskets. Did you know almost half are children?
How can you help?
On November 2, call (306-664-6565), donate online (www.saskatoonfoodbank.org/donate), or visit us in person to make a donation to the Milk for Children program.
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Saskatoon! Celebrate World Food Day by discovering opportunities in our everyday lives take action for a just and sustainable food system. Join us for a presentation by special guest Nettie Wiebe on switching the menu from land-grabbing, migration and food insecurity to food sovereignty. The evening will also feature groups working for local food security and food sovereignty around the world. For more info contact email@example.com.
Nettie Wiebe is an author, organic farmer, professor, food activist, and community organizer who farms near Delisle, SK and recently retired from teaching at St. Andrew’s College.
6.30 – Doors Open
7.00 – Learning from Experts – Presentation by Nettie Wiebe
8.00 – Taking Action in Our Kitchen and Community – Opportunities to meet with local groups and learn how to get involved
8.45pm – Wrap-Up
From October 1-9, 2017, Canada Safeway stores in Saskatoon will be hosting the “Take a Bite Out of Hunger” Food Drive in support of the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre.
Customers can purchase pre-packaged Safeway Care Packages including some of our Most Wanted Items. You can purchase a $5.00 package (and receive 5 bonus Air Miles) or a $10.00 package (and earn 10 bonus Air Miles.)
You heard it here first! The Hunter Brothers will be performing this Thursday at the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning! They’ll be set up in front of the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre on Avenue C South for a free community concert. You’re not going to want to miss this show!
Our team will be participating in Diversity Training with OutSaskatoon so all departments will be closed at by 1:30pm.
This does not affect the Emergency Food Basket hours, this department will still be closed at 11:45am.
Please keep in mind: our lunch hour is 12:00pm-12:30pm so will also be closed during that time.