Emergency Food Home Delivery
In response to Covid-19, The SEED is rapidly scaling up an Emergency Food Home Delivery program to deliver 100,000 nutritious food boxes to community members in need between April and December of 2020. Those most deeply affected by the COVID-19 situation are being prioritized. For example: vulnerable seniors, people with low-income, and people with health challenges.
It takes a community to feed a community.
The Emergency Food Home Delivery program was started in April 2020. Delivering 100,000 nutritious food boxes is a big challenge. It will take us several weeks to scale up the program to full capacity, but we know we can do it with support from amazing partners and community members!
How to participate/help:
I need food delivered to me or someone i know.
I want to donate money to help purchase food and essentials.
I want to volunteer to help pack, deliver, or cook.
i work for a business that wants to donate materials, bulk food, etc.
- 10C Shared Space and Harve$t Fund
- City of Guelph’s Smart Cities
- Wood Development Group – Westminster Midtown Village
- University of Guelph Hospitality Services
- Neighbourhood Group of Companies
- Orchard Park at Ignatius Jesuit Centre
- Sysco Foods
- Second Harvest’s FoodRescue.ca
- Isaac Applied Perspective
- Boucher & Jones Fuels
- United Way Guelph Wellington Dufferin
- Guelph Community Foundation
- Maple Lodge Farms
- Community Food Centres of Canada
- Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition
- YMCA-YWCA of Guelph
- Hope House
- Salvation Army
- Children’s Foundation Guelph-Wellington
- Royal City Mission
- Welcome In Drop-In Centre
- K&A Trucking LTD and Renada Logistics Limited
- PJ’s Restaurant at the University of Guelph
- Trans 99 Logistics
- Wabash Canada