Thank you Saskatchewan Hockey Association
Many thanks to Sheri Trapp of the Saskatchewan Hockey Association for your awesome donation last week. Due to the tragic accident of the Humboldt Broncos, the Sask First Hockey Tournament was cancelled, and they were looking to donate 2,000 servings of chocolate milk. We were able to provide a surprise treat to all of our elementary schools, Balfour's Shirley Schneider Support Program, Mamaweyatitin Centre, Core Ritchie after school program and other agencies: Headstart, SCEP and their daycare. This was a huge donation and thank you must include Saskmilk for their initial donation to Sask Hockey, and to Erica Nimmo our Food Service Coordinator for a great job organizing everything. Thank you Sheri for thinking of us in the face of adversity.
Thank you Jugo Juice
A huge thank you to Deepansh and the crew at Jugo Juice. They held a smoothie by donation event for their grand opening. The event raised $450.00 that has been donated to Regina Food For Learning, along with some excess food to be used in our programs. We are so grateful you chose us for your charity of choice. Deepansh was kind enough to give me a sample smoothie and I have to say it was totally delicious. If you are downtown head over to Twin Tower #1, on the southwest side of the Scarth Street Mall. You will find JugoJuice Regina, check them out, good food, good beverages, great staff. Thanks for everything JugoJuice Regina (the first in Saskatchewan).
Jugo Juice Grand Opening
Our board member, Larry Neufeld, stopped in to thank Jugo Juice at their grand opening for their support in helping to feed hungry students in Regina with their donation by smoothie at their grand opening in Regina on April 5. Sheri from Z99 was also broadcasting from onsite to let her listeners know about this event in support of Regina Food for Learning.
Regina Food for Learning Annual General Meeting 2018
Thank you to all those who attended our 2018 AGM at the Core Ritchie Centre in Regina. We had important milestones that included the Share the Warmth Day, where we provided lunches to 885 students in our program (thanks to a grant from Sask Energy), the securing of grants from the City of Regina and the Community Initiatives Fund and the establishing of a Drop & Go account with SARCAN to raise funds through recycling. Our mission of feeding hungry students was made possible with the support of REACH, SaskMilk, Brown Communications, the CRP Culinary Arts Program, Soup Sistas, Graham Construction and many others. There is much work to continue to do in 2018 but with the continuing support of our community partners and our fantastic volunteers we look forward to meeting the challenge.
We were pleased to have Ashley Enion from the Learning & ReEngagment Centre as our guest speaker at this year's AGM. It was fantastic to hear how Regina Food for Learning is helping her students to be able to receive the food they need to stay in school.
Thank you Graham Construction
On March 23, five volunteers from Graham Construction came and donated a large quantity of food and their time to make 250 cookies and 40 granola bars!! This is the second time they have come to donate and volunteer. They also came in December, in time to help out with the Christmas rush. They have indicated that this may be a quarterly thing for them!! They are awesome!!!!
Thank you for your support and dedication, you are appreciated.
Thank you Bayer Crop Science
Many thanks to Bayer Crop Science for your generous donation of $2,000.00. Bayer Crop Science has been a dedicated donor to Regina Food For Learning for many years. We can't thank you enough.<article></article>
The Wolf Rocks with Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
We are so pleased and grateful that Regina's Rock Station, 104.9 The Wolf chose us again this year for their 30 Deeds Done Dirt Cheap campaign. Thank you so much for the food donations, this will be a huge help in our fight against child hunger. Thanks to Chad and Ballsy for making the delivery. We appreciate the support and your generosity.