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Second Harvest Hero Day Kicks Off Workplace Fundraising Campaign

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Published on January 22, 2016 with No Comments

Campaign sees Heroes take over GTA raise awareness to the issue of hunger and

food waste

Second Harvest, Canada’s largest food rescue charity, will take over the city on Hero

Day, February 4, 2016, to bring awareness to the issue of hunger and food waste in

the city and launch the start of its annual workplace fundraiser.

schools to raise awareness and donations for those in need. “This is almost a 50 per

cent increase from last year and is a testament to the compassionate and generous

nature of our community,” continued Lawson. “We hope everyone will join us

on February 4 and support the Hero campaign to fight hunger together!”

Funds raised during the Hero campaign will enable Second Harvest to rescue

healthy fresh surplus food that would otherwise go to waste, and deliver it to over

220 social service agencies across the GTA, feeding hungry children, adults and

seniors.

For more details about Hero activities and to make a donation please

visit

 

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