See the full Press Release Here: ICF Donation Foodbank Press Release
Island Corridor Foundation donates $14,000 to Vancouver Island Food Banks ($2000 each)
The Island Corridor Foundation’s (ICF) is making a donation to 7 local foodbanks in the amount of $2000 each totaling $14,000 to assist with purchasing food for those in need during the COVID 19 crisis.
Andrea Thomas, Manager Corridor Development, ICF said “The ICF is a part of many different communities on Vancouver Island and wanted to provide some assistance where we are able to. This is a small contribution but hopefully will make an impact and help ease some of the stress on people and families in all our communities”
Peter Sinclair, the Executive Director of Loaves and Fishes Community Food Bank in Nanaimo said “We are so thankful for the support from the Island Corridor Foundation during this unprecedented time. Their support will help ensure families in our community have food in the coming weeks and months.”
Please consider donating to your local food banks and help provide people in your community in need with food. No donation is too small.
The Island Corridor Foundation is always looking for great ways to support our Island Communities and are so happy to be able to help those in need during these uncertain times.
The other foodbanks that benefited from the $2000 donations are as follows: Comox Valley Foodbank, Mt. Arrowsmith Salvation Army Community Ministries in Parksville/Qualicum, Port Alberni Community Food Bank Salvation Army, Cowichan Valley Basket Society, Goldstream Foodbank and the Mustard Seed in Victoria.