In our #40Foodbanks campaign, T&T Power Group will distribute $40,000 to 40 Foodbanks nominated by our staff across Canada.

 

We've always made an effort to give back to the communities we serve from Sea to Sea...

...and to celebrate 40 Years in Business, we wanted to do something truly special. But how could we make the biggest impact during a pandemic?

Track our progress here...

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Stop 1 Stop #1
St. John's, Newfoundland

Stop 2 Stop #2
Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador

Stop 3 Stop #3
York Region, Ontario

Stop 4 Stop #4
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Stop 5 Stop #5
Whitehorse, Yukon

Stop 6 Stop #6
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Stop 7 Stop #7
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Stop 8 Stop #8
Quebec City, Quebec

Stop 9 Stop #9
Fort Nelson, BC

Stop 10 Stop #10
Moncton, NB

Stop 11 Stop #11
Red Deer, AB

Stop 1 Stop #1
St. John's, Newfoundland

The Community Food Sharing Association (CFSA) in St. John’s serves as the central point for food distribution for the hungry throughout the province, collecting and distributing through 55 food banks to 10,700 children, women and men.
Stop 2 Stop #2
Goose Bay, Labrador

The price of groceries in Happy Valley-Goose Bay is outrageous, and the quality is poor. The LFC provides a monthly emergency food service, as well as other vital initiatives to enrich the lives of the Inuit, Innu and Metis of Labrador.
Stop 3 Stop #3
York Region, Ontario

The "Coldest Night of the Year" fundraiser isn't a food bank, but we decided to make it Stop #3 thanks to a passionate request from our Hamilton Service Manager Kristi. She hopes that this amazing cause can bring a little light on these dark times!
Stop 4 Stop #4
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Our local Branch Manager Darwin nominated the Saskatoon Food Bank. They provide 2 to 3 days of emergency food for anyone in the area, and Darwin was able to make the donation safely in person. He hopes $1,000 will have a real impact on his local community.
Stop 5 Stop #5
Whitehorse, Yukon

The Whitehorse Food Bank is a community-based organization that provides emergency food hampers to as many as 1900 people a month, 30% of whom are children. Since opening in May 2009, they have helped more than 7000 people - roughly 1/4 of the City.
Stop 6 Stop #6
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Thanks to Bill Batkis from our Winnipeg team, Agape Table is Stop 6 in our campaign. Meaning unconditional love, Agape is committed to providing a community-based program, nourishing the body, mind, and spirit of the city's most vulnerable people.
Stop 7 Stop #7
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Food security is a big challenge in the North, only made worse by the pandemic. For Stop 7 we're supporting the Salvation Army in Yellowknife, who have doubled the frequency of food hampers to twice monthly in an effort to meet the increased demand.
Stop 8 Stop #8
Quebec City, Quebec

Annually, Moisson Quebec redistributes more than 3,298,982 kilos of food, a market value of $21,118,562. Through 125 accredited organizations spread across the greater Quebec City region, they supply more than 35,400 people each month.
Stop 9 Stop #9
Fort Nelson, BC

A keystone in the Northern BC community, the Fort Nelson Aboriginal Friendship Society has grown over the past four decades, and now boasts two floors in a large center on 49th Avenue. Programming addresses all aspects of health, including food security, mental health, and addictions.
Stop 10 Stop #10
Moncton, NB

Not far from our Moncton branch, the Peter McKee Community Food Centre provides a variety of necessary services in addition to operating a traditional foodbank. These include a community garden, teaching kitchen, community boardroom and educational programs.
Stop 11 Stop #11
Red Deer, AB

The Red Deer Food Bank is a 37-year-old organization that provides emergency food supply to more than 7000 people each year. They also support twenty rural food banks as a hub distribution centre in the Food Bank Network, and provide food stocks to 30 community agencies in Central Alberta.

 

Stop 1

Stop #1

St. John's, Newfoundland

The Community Food Sharing Association (CFSA) in St. John’s serves as the central point for food distribution for the hungry throughout the province, collecting and distributing through 55 food banks to 10,700 children, women and men.

cfsa.nf.net
Stop 2

Stop #2

Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador

The price of groceries in Happy Valley-Goose Bay is outrageous, and the quality is poor. The LFC provides a monthly emergency food service, as well as other vital initiatives to enrich the lives of the Inuit, Innu and Metis of Labrador.

lfchvgb.ca
Stop 3

Stop #3

York Region, Ontario

The "Coldest Night of the Year" fundraiser isn't a food bank, but we decided to make it Stop #3 thanks to a passionate request from our Hamilton Service Manager Kristi. She hopes that this amazing cause can bring a little light on these dark times!

cnoy.org
Stop 4

Stop #4

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Our local Branch Manager Darwin nominated the Saskatoon Food Bank. They provide 2 to 3 days of emergency food for anyone in the area, and Darwin was able to make the donation safely in person. He hopes $1,000 will have a real impact on his local community.

saskatoonfoodbank.org
Stop 5

Stop #5

Whitehorse, Yukon

The Whitehorse Food Bank is a community-based organization that provides emergency food hampers to as many as 1900 people a month, 30% of whom are children. Since opening in May 2009, they have helped more than 7000 people - roughly 1/4 of the City.

whitehorsefoodbank.ca
Stop 6

Stop #6

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Thanks to Bill Batkis from our Winnipeg team, Agape Table is Stop 6 in our campaign. Meaning unconditional love, Agape is committed to providing a community-based program, nourishing the body, mind, and spirit of the city's most vulnerable people.

agapetable.ca
Stop 7

Stop #7

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Food security is a big challenge in the North, only made worse by the pandemic. For Stop 7 we're supporting the Salvation Army in Yellowknife, who have doubled the frequency of food hampers to twice monthly in an effort to meet the increased demand.

salvationarmynwt.ca
Stop 8

Stop #8

Quebec City, Quebec

Annually, Moisson Quebec redistributes more than 3,298,982 kilos of food, a market value of $21,118,562. Through 125 accredited organizations spread across the greater Quebec City region, they supply more than 35,400 people each month.

moissonquebec.com
Stop 9

Stop #9

Fort Nelson, BC

A keystone in the Northern BC community, the Fort Nelson Aboriginal Friendship Society has grown over the past four decades, and now boasts two floors in a large center on 49th Avenue. Programming addresses all aspects of health, including food security, mental health, and addictions.

fnafs.org
Stop 10

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Moncton, NB

Not far from our Moncton branch, the Peter McKee Community Food Centre provides a variety of necessary services in addition to operating a traditional foodbank. These include a community garden, teaching kitchen, community boardroom and educational programs.

fooddepot.ca/peter-mckee-centre
Stop 11

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Red Deer, AB

The Red Deer Food Bank is a 37-year-old organization that provides emergency food supply to more than 7000 people each year. They also support twenty rural food banks as a hub distribution centre in the Food Bank Network, and provide food stocks to 30 community agencies in Central Alberta.

reddeerfoodbank.com

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