Our next Food Drive will be held Saturday November 19th, 2022, from 10 AM to 12 noon.
We realize not everyone can make it out to the food drive each month perhaps due to inclement weather, or other obligations. If you would still like to contribute, N2N accepts cash donations to buy meat, dairy and produce from local grocery stores and these stores often offer discounts to the N2N Food Centre so they can really stretch your donations.
You can donate cash by dropping an envelope marked “Chedoke Food Drive Neighbour 2 Neighbour” into the offering plate on Sunday or in the secure mailbox by the front doors of the church during the week. Etransfers can be sent to email@example.com labelled “Chedoke Food Drive N2N” in the note section.
We will also have hampers set out on Sundays so you may bring in your donations and drop them into the hampers to be added to our monthly Food Drive.
Of course, you can still drop by on Saturday November 19th where we will again have volunteers collecting non-perishable food and supplies for the local food bank. Please remember to enter from the west entrance and exit using the east entrance. This is a safe event that will be observing all current public health and safety precautions.
EVENT: Drive-In and Drop-Off Food Drive for Neighbour 2 Neighbour
DATE: Saturday, November 19th, 2022
TIME: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
WHERE: Chedoke Church
HOW: We will be hosting a “drive up and drop off” food drive. People wishing to donate will drive into the church parking lot. You will NOT have to exit your car…just pop open your trunks. Volunteers (wearing face masks and gloves) will take items from your trunk and put them in boxes to deliver to N2N.
Items will be picked up by N2N on Monday morning.
Here is a list of food items that are most needed:
Fruits and Vegetables
Canned Fruits & Vegetables
100% Juice Grains
Rice, Grains, Pasta
Cereals and Oatmeal
Whole Grain Crackers
Granola Bars Proteins
Diapers ~ Size 4, 5, 6 ·
Personal Care Products
PLEASE NOTE the expiry date on food donations. The Food Bank cannot distribute food that has expired.