Walmart Canada believes that all Canadian families deserve access to healthy food and is committed to supporting hunger relief efforts in Canada to make that dream a reality.
How can you help?
There are four ways you can #FightHungerSparkChange:
1. Purchase participating products
2. Donate at register
3. Donate online at walmart.ca
4. Drop off food donations
Join us on February 6 at the Roxy Theatre for a free community viewing of the Indian Horse.
6:15 PM Doors Open
6:45 PM Opening Remarks & Smudge Ceremony
There will be a Smudge Ceremony before screening, and Indian Residential School Survivors will be recognized.
We have reserved seating for survivors and elders, and arranged for trauma counselors to be be on site.
On Saturday,December 1, 2018, the Joy of Giving campaign will take place at Sobeys/Safeway stores across the country in a national initiative to raised $1 million in support of local food banks.
In Saskatoon, the SFBLC will be on location at 5 stores accepting monetary and food donations. Please visit one of the following stores to support the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre.
After another successful seed bearing year, join the Saskatoon Seed Library in the Garden Patch for an evening of food, fun, and some seed production education.
With the weather quickly changing there’s no reason to quit gardening, let’s just move the party indoors! Join us as we cover the basics of houseplant care and growing your own indoor produce! We’ll even send you home with some low-cost grow chamber designs. We may even have one pre-made and up for grabs!
Saskatchewan winters are tough on gardens, but that doesn’t mean we can’t be prepared and protect our green spaces. Join us for an evening as we show you how to wrap your trees/shrubs, insulate your perennials and get your garden ready for the long months ahead.
This workshop focuses on child education, but anyone is welcome. Join Amber Burton as she builds an insect hotel while sharing her knowledge on insects.
Before there were seed companies and seed packets sold in every grocery store, people relied on collecting seeds to keep their gardens going. Come learn the techniques and special tricks to wildflower seed collection with a pro! Join Blazing Star Seeds as they lead this intriguing workshop.
Growing your own food is a great way to lower your grocery bill and eat healthy but what do you do with all the excess? In this workshop we will give you all the information you need to make your garden goods last longer and feed you and your family further into the winter season. Whether you live in an apartment or on an acreage, anyone can make produce last longer.
Want to attract more butterflies, bees, bird and other pollinators to your garden and green spaces? Come to our Plants for Pollinators workshop to learn which plants attract certain pollinators, how to maintain your pollinator garden, and have all of your pollination/pollinator questions answered!
New and returning visitors to the Food Bank Garden Patch are welcome to come by the patch for a guided tour with educational tid-bits thrown in. Ask your gardening questions as you go through the demonstration gardens, gather ideas for your own green spaces and enjoy the diversity of practices within our urban horticultural project.
Composting comes in many forms, including bokashi (fermentation) composting. With bokashi you can compost your grass clippings, leaves, garden greens, kitchen scraps as well as meat & bone. Come learn all about bokashi composting with the Saskatoon Compost Coaches.