North York Chrysler in Greater Toronto Supports North York Harvest
At North York Chrysler Jeep Dodge in greater Toronto we are attempting to fully load a 2012 Ram 1500 filled with non-perishable food to donate to North York Harvest. For every facebook "like" we will donate a dollar into the donation box near the front reception. Our greater Toronto Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, RAM and FIAT car dealership is conveniently located right outside of Toronto in Thornhill at 7200 Yonge Street in Thornhill.
What to donate?
Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in the world and people's food needs are just as diverse. Think about variety when you donate and consider giving food that you enjoy eating at home. We also do a food drive.
Some suggested food giving ideas are provided below:
Grains, rice (white and brown), flour & whole grains (wheat, barley, bulgur), quinoa, pasta Canned fish and meat, salmon, tuna, sardines, corned beef, chicken and other non-pork products Canned or dried beans, chickpeas, kidney beans, lentils
Cooking oil, canola oil, olive oil Canned fruit, peaches, pears, pineapple (packed in juice and water instead of syrup) Canned vegetables, corn, green beans, broccoli, mushrooms, carrots, water chestnuts, cabbage sweet potato Fruit juice, 100% juice Cereals, High fibre, whole grain or multi-grain cereals, oatmeal
Healthy snacks and spreads, peanut butter, almond butter, unsalted nuts, low fat popcorn, low fat granola bars or cereal bars, crackers, cookies (arrowroot, digestive, oatmeal)
Baby products, formula, infant cereals, baby food, diapers Canned or powdered milk
Spices and seasonings, turmeric, mustard seed, chilli powder, curry paste, sauces and marinades
In case you are one of those people who are on a strictly 'takeout diet' We also accept money donations. All proceeds are going to North York Harvest Foodbank .
Get Involved to provide dignified food assistance and support to community members in northern Toronto. Raise public awareness and provide education regarding hunger and its causes & engage the community in meeting its members' food needs.