Charitable Partners

Making a Healthy Difference

The Power of Sharing

The power of food is universal and everyone can relate to the importance of making the best food choices possible. What our brand can bring to the table is the knowledge and passion for healthy food and the difference it can make in our lives.

In that spirit, and because of our commitment to helping build healthier communities, we are happy to be partnering with not-for-profit organizations that share our vision and passion for food.

Food Share

FoodShare is a non-profit organization that works with communities and schools to deliver healthy food and food education. They strongly believe everyone deserves access to affordable high-quality fresh food.

North York Harvest Food Banks

The organization’s mission is to engage their community in meeting the food needs of northern Toronto by providing dignified food assistance, education and long-term food solutions.

The Greater Vancouver Food Bank

The Greater Vancouver Food Bank is dedicated to empowering people to nourish themselves by providing access to healthy food, education and training.

Evergreen

Since 1991, Evergreen, a Canadian charity and international thought leader, has provoked bold action in transforming public landscapes into thriving community spaces with environmental, social and economic benefits. At the core of our work is the belief that involving people directly in the process of restoring the health of local ecologies and their communities positively affects the attitudes and behaviours that lie at the core of the sustainable city.

TerraCycle

TerraCycle Canada, a Progressive Waste Solutions partner, takes difficult-to-recycle packaging and turns it into affordable & innovative products. Founded in 2001, TerraCycle is the world leader in the collection and reuse of non-recyclable post-consumer waste.

It repurposes the waste into sustainable, affordable materials and consumer products. In 21 countries, the waste is collected through programs that donate money to schools and charities. To learn more, visit www.terracycle.ca.