Hero Sweepstakes Presented by Moneris … now coast to coast to coast!

by | Jan 12, 2021 | Community

The Second Harvest Hero Sweepstakes presented by Moneris has gone national and is running from coast to coast to coast! Wherever you are, you can help fight hunger and food insecurity across Canada while getting the chance to win one of 20 amazing prizes.* 

You could win a world-class Weber grill, groceries for a year from Loblaws, a high-power Vitamix Ascent A3500 blender and FoodCycler FC-50 and many more great prizes. You could even fly across the globe to any Air Canada destination of your choice or escape to the Fairmont Banff Springs, the “Castle in the Rockies”.

There are over $30,000 in prizes to be won – and tickets start at just $10. 

Go to SecondHarvestSweeps.ca now to see all the prizes and buy your tickets. 

Get your tickets now and you’ll be entered for an early bird prize: one of five $500 Best Buy gift cards – just the thing for a home office upgrade or to get a tech toy that’s just for you. But hurry! The early bird deadline is February 18, 2021 at 11:59pm. 

Every ticket sold supports Second Harvest’s food rescue work across Canada: bridging the gap between unsold, healthy food and communities in need. Your support makes incredible things possible! Thanks to you, Second Harvest rescued and redistributed 22.3 million pounds of food, supporting 4,300 food programs in 519 communities. Thank you for your generosity – and good luck! 

* Entries can be purchased online by residents of all Canadian provinces (excluding Quebec). Terms and conditions available HERE.

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