Are you looking for a rewarding and meaningful volunteer experience for a group of friends, family or co-workers?
Food for Life offers fun, engaging and meaningful ways for your company or group to come together while helping neighbours in need.
Check out our gallery below to find your group or fill out the form to the right and Laura will email you details about our food sorts.
Group Volunteer Gallery
Halton Seniors Advisory Group
Thank you, Halton Seniors Advisory Group, for stopping by on Thursday, July 25th and helping us sort and rescue 1,500 lbs of fresh, nutritious food for our neighbours in need.
Thank you, Aviva, for hosting the very first on-site food sort on Thursday, July 25th and helping us sort and rescue 5,911 lbs of fresh, nutritious food for our neighbours in need.
Thank you, FCT for stopping by on Tuesday, July 23rd and helping us sort through 1,767 lbs of fresh, nutritious food for our neighbours in need.
Nando’s Celebrates Mandela day with a Food Sort
On Thursday, July 18th Nando’s celebrated Nelson Mandela Day by sorting potatoes and carrots for our neighbours in need.
Nelson Mandela spent 67 years of his life fighting for social justice. On his 90th Birthday, he spoke in London England’s Hyde Park, saying “It is time for new hands to lift the burdens. It is in your hands now.”
Mandela International Day was launched on July 18th, 2009 with the idea that each individual has the ability to make an impact in our world.
Nando’s Canada generously volunteered their 67 minutes of caring, hope, and sharing with us for their second year in a row and we couldn’t be happier to host them!
Thank you, Nando’s for making our community a better place to live!
Thank you Serve Group for stopping by on Friday, July 12th and helping us sort through 6,240 lbs of fresh, nutritious food to help feed our neighbours in need.
Thank you Serve Group for stopping by on Thursday, July 11th and helping us sort through 6,418 lbs of fresh, nutritious food to help feed our neighbours in need.
On May 2, the Appleby College Parents’ Association (ACPA) hosted an Appleby community food sort. The event began at Appleby Colleges’ Willis Hall where over 90 participants learned about Food for Life. The group then joined Food for Life for a competitive food sort where they went head to head sorting large bulk bins of potatoes into smaller program sized packages perfect for our own Food for Life neighbourhood food programs and agency partners. Thank you for joining us Appleby College together your team was able to provide 10,520 meals for our neighbours in need.
The Cumis team
Our weekly food sorting warriors from The Cumis team sorted through 2,744 lbs on Wednesday, February 13th.
Ascension Catholic School Staff
The Ascension Catholic School Staff stopped by for their PD day and sorted through 4,000 lbs of potatoes on Friday, February 15th.
Emterra Burlington Green
The Emterra Environmental/ Burlington Green team’s stopped by and sorted through 1,700 lbs of fresh, nutritious food on Tuesday, March 12th.
Rotary Burlington North
The Rotary Burlington North club stopped by and sorted through 4,090 lbs of fresh, nutritious food on Friday, March 15th.