Our story is one of hope, togetherness, and optimism. We are still writing the final chapter – one where we have succeeded in erasing hunger from our community. Until then we are proud to work with partners that believe in the unifying power of food and positive change.
These are our stories.
The sun shined brightly at the Access Communications Community Park for the 15th Annual Labour Day Show N Shine event. Access Communications Co-operative, the Collectors Car Club of Saskatchewan, and title sponsor CAA Saskatchewan came together to host the event, which set a new bar for funds raised for the Regina Food Bank at an estimated $46,300. The Annual Labour ... Read More
Regina Food Bank announces the School Food Program to improve food security and attendance in eight Regina schools. The new program represents a significant investment in combatting childhood food insecurity, feeding over 2,000 children and youth year-round, enabled through a community partnership model. AGT Foods has committed to a three-year partnership, providing $75,000 in food, and Knight Automotive Group has committed $60,000 through a one-year partnership.
Regina Trades & Skills Centre’s Commercial & Industrial Roofing class is providing a major roof repair to one of Regina Food Bank’s buildings. This is a $60,000 cost savings for Regina Food Bank, which translates to 180,0000 meals!
Get to know what the faces of food insecurity look like. It takes courage to ask for help, but it's the only way we can thrive in our communities.
Farm2Kitchen will use home grown oats to feed those in our community who live with food insecurity, thanks to a partnership with prairie food producers, agribusiness leaders, and Regina Food Bank.