CFC answers call for help with $10,000 donation to Ottawa Food Bank
By Canadian Poultry magazineNews Marketing Boards
CFC has been a consistent ally of the Ottawa Food Bank since 2007,
In a steadfast commitment to supporting communities in need, the Chicken Farmers of Canada (CFC) has announced a $10,000 cash donation to the Ottawa Food Bank. This charitable initiative is a response to the food bank’s pressing need for assistance, highlighting CFC’s dedication to addressing hunger-related challenges in the region.
CFC has been a consistent ally of the Ottawa Food Bank since 2007, consistently contributing to their mission through various means. The recent donation follows a pattern of support, with the organization previously making substantial contributions via food donations and their staff donation initiative, known as the Chicken Challenge Program. Cumulatively, including product donations and staff contributions, CFC’s total contributions to date stand at an impressive $815,000.
Tim Klompmaker, Chair of Chicken Farmers of Canada, emphasized the importance of this latest donation, stating, “For all Canadians, these are very challenging times, and it is important for us to answer the call for help by providing tangible support to the city and region where our staff reside.”
This altruistic gesture aligns with CFC’s core values, emphasizing the significance of giving back to communities. The organization is dedicated to ensuring that every Canadian has access to a safe and healthy source of protein. As part of this commitment, the donation to the Ottawa Food Bank reflects the organization’s broader mission to contribute positively to the well-being of communities and individuals facing food insecurity.
The $10,000 cash donation is expected to make a meaningful impact on the Ottawa Food Bank’s efforts to address hunger in the region, especially during these challenging times. CFC’s ongoing support underscores the crucial role that corporate entities can play in helping local communities overcome adversity, reinforcing the idea that collaboration and philanthropy are essential elements in the fight against hunger.
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