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In-Kind Donor Profile: Challenger Motor Freight

November 6, 2019

Challenger Motor Freight is a total supply chain provider based in Cambridge, Ontario and is committed to being the premier transportation service in the country.

They are also very committed to helping the community through their support of various organizations, including Daily Bread Food Bank. Since 2015, Challenger, has been a priceless partner and supporter of our organization, helping to pickup thousands of pounds of food donations across the city.

At times of high volume, the transportation support we get from Challenger allows us to pick up additional (and sometimes unexpected) food donations, we may not otherwise be able to transport. In 2019 alone, the tireless team at Challenger has already picked up and delivered over 260,000 lbs of perfectly good, non-perishable food donations to fill our food bank shelves, and at the same time, helping the environment by diverting this food from landfill.

At Challenger, our responsibilities extend beyond just our workforce and our environment. We recognize that by partnering with great organizations, such as Daily Bread Food Bank, we can provide essential services by transporting food to those in need and help to end hunger in our communities.” Challenger Motor Freight team.

Thank you, Challenger, for going the distance to help make Toronto a stronger, healthier and more resilient city.

To learn about becoming an industry partner, contact Alex Solesa, Food Procurement Manager, at 416.203.0050 x 447


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