Here are our December #PantryTop5 items!
The Pantry Top 5 is a monthly post where we share our most needed items for our program participants. If you have any of these items, or wish to add them to your weekly grocery shopping for us, you can donate them during our hours! We are at 3541 Shelbourne st., Tuesday to Friday, 10 AM to 2 PM.
#ThinkFood #ThinkCommunity #WeHeartDonors
[Image Description: There are four separate images. They all have a green background, with a small white square in the middle. Below is a red “paint” like streak with text in it.
The first image has a small drawing of two cans in the center of the white square. Below, in the red paint, is reads, “Canned meats and fish.”
The second image has a drawing of a peanut and a jam jar in the middle of the white square. In the red paint, it reads, “Peanut butters and jam.”
The third image has a cartoon of a toilet paper roll in the center of the white square, with text in the red paint that reads, “Toilet paper.”
The fourth and final image has a cartoon of a wheat grain, with a red x through it. In the red paint below, it reads, “gluten free items.”]
Our Pantry top 5 is the kitchen’s most needed items for our program participants. For the month of November, we are in need of Canned meat and fish, rice, dried plain beans, and canned fruit.
Do you wonder what to give to someone who has everything?
How about giving healthy food for their community?
The Shelbourne Community Kitchen has specially designed celebration cards to enable you to make a donation in honour of someone’s birthday or anniversary, or give at Christmas or any other occasion.
Celebration cards for donations of $20.00 or more are available at 3541 Shelbourne Street.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by St. Philips Anglican Church:
A live concert featuring Valdy, and The Bob Watts Trio with Karel Roessingh on piano.
Wow, what an event! We are excited to announce that the event raised $16,967 to support much needed food security programs at the Shelbourne Community Kitchen. Thank you so much to everyone who came out to join us at the October 6th Valdy concert, organized by St. Philips Anglican Church and The Bob Watts Trio.
A special thank you goes out to our secret donor, who generously matched the community’s donations outside of admission and preserves. You have made such an incredible impact! Thank you to St. Philips Anglican Church and The Bob Watts Trio for helping make this incredible fundraiser such a success.
We are honoured to have been chosen as YAM’s Charity Partner and grateful for the opportunity to talk to local restauranteurs and businesses about the work we do, the importance of food security, and to celebrate what moves us all: good food! The awards ceremony was on June 26th at the Fort Commons, and our Program Coordinator, Kim Cummins, gave a speech to help raise awareness about the Kitchen, talk about the organizations need for a new location by September 2020, and invited businesses to collaborate with us together for food security. It was such an exciting night and we send our congratulations to all the award winners!
YAM wrote a feature about the Kitchen on their website! Check it out here.
To find out more about the event, click here.