A portion of the proceeds from each purchase goes directly towards our food rescue and redistribution efforts, making a warm healthy meal within reach for everyone.
The AGM was an important opportunity to recognize the tremendous support from our partners, donors and volunteers, as well as showcase the impact we made together in 2023.
Learn more about the incredible efforts of our donors, partners and volunteers and the critical impact we have collectively achieved in 2013.
Giving Tuesday is a global movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world.
Natasha Bowes recently saw the direct impact of Second Harvest’s efforts during a truck ride-along, delivering rescued food to our partners.
The Second Harvest Truck Pull Challenge was more than just a physical feat; it was a powerful statement against food waste and food insecurity in Canada.
Finland is widely recognized as a global leader in sustainability and environmental responsibility. With a commitment to diminishing the environmental impact of food waste and enhancing food security, the country has implemented a range of pioneering strategies and initiatives.
Over the past year, Gloria has become a familiar face among Second Harvest’s supporters. She has gotten so much from volunteering and wants to give back even more.
This year, through the annual Feeding Our Future program, Second Harvest delivered over 29,000 sandwiches to 22 camp partners. A big thank-you to all of our volunteers, summer assistants and generous sponsors!
Every year, we dedicate September to raising awareness about hunger and finding solutions to tackling food insecurity. This Hunger Action Month we’re focused on action. Here’s a list of actions you can take today!
UrbanPromise Toronto has been a trusted friend of youth, kids and families in Toronto Community Housing (TCHC) neighbourhoods since 1998. By showing genuine care and providing a judgement-free zone to explore different opportunities, UrbanPromise aims to break the cycle poverty cycle and improve the outlook for many summer campers.
Based in Glen Haven, Nova Scotia, The Helm Center offers addictions recovery program for men to help them find restoration, purpose and direction. This non-profit works closely with Sobeys Timberlea to receive rescued food and turn it into fresh nutritious meals for their residents.
In celebration of Canada’s Nutrition Month in March 2023, here is a collection of free resources and helpful tips for healthy eating in your household. Learn how to make every meal nutritious so that you and your family thrive every day.
Access to food is a human right, not a privilege. The biggest challenge? Canadians need healthy food choices to be the easiest, most accessible, and most affordable choice.
To warm your heart this challenging, yet hopeful holiday season, here are thank you notes from Canadians who received rescued food donations this year. Thanks to the generosity of our donors and supporters, 4.3 million Canadians got the nourishment they needed from Second Harvest in 2022.
Looking for fun and festive, yet meaningful holiday employee engagement ideas? Get into the winter holiday spirit this year by giving back, volunteering, donating, and supporting good causes together as a team.
Organizations in the food industry are always working toward reducing food loss and waste (FLW). It’s time to double down on our efforts. If not for our current climate crisis, rising food insecurity and unsustainable food loss and waste, then for our bottom lines and improving efficiencies.
World Food Day is day celebrated internationally to raise awareness about food insecurity and its contributing factors, as well as to promote action regarding these issues. Read on to learn how you can make a difference on World Food Day!
In the summer of 2021, a partnership between Second Harvest and Arctic Co-operatives Limited (Arctic Co-ops) formed. Together, we delivered 61,700 pounds of rescued food from the GTA directly to community members and food banks in Nunavut by Sealift. See link below.
If millions of Canadian children and youth rely on school nutrition programs during the school year, who feeds them healthy meals in the summer?