Daily Bread Blog
 

Volunteer Spotlight: The Fung Family

June 24, 2019

The Fung family, Boniface and Maggie along with their two daughters, Natalie and Julie, began volunteering with Daily Bread Food Bank in 2015 and quickly became familiar faces at our… Read More

 

Donor Spotlight: ATV Farms

June 24, 2019

ATV Farms is a Canadian owned and operated farm in Holland Landing. They strive to supply their customers with the best quality service and pricing, but their commitment also extends… Read More

 

Agency Spotlight: Monsignor Fraser College

June 14, 2019

Monsignor Fraser College, a Daily Bread member agency since 2001, focuses on helping at-risk teenagers and young adults aged 16-20 complete their high school education, with some students travelling outside… Read More

 

5 Summer Activities That Give Back

June 14, 2019

The summer months are brimming with activities and most of us have a growing list of things that we can’t wait to start. Whether your summer bucket list includes: picnics,… Read More

 

Last Day, Worst Day.

June 14, 2019

Do you remember the last week (or even month) of school? Everyone – even the teachers – were so excited for the summer break. July and August brought endless bike… Read More

 

Celebrating National Indigenous Heritage Month

June 14, 2019

June marks the beginning of National Indigenous History Month in Canada.  According to Larry Frost, Executive Director of the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto (NCCT), a Daily Bread member… Read More

 

Canstruction 2019

May 21, 2019

This year marked the 20th anniversary of Canstruction Toronto, an innovative competition that brings together students and professionals in the fields of architecture, engineering and design to build creative structures… Read More

 

Join the Give 30 Movement

May 21, 2019

Small acts. Big impact. One Ramadan years ago, Ziyaad Mia realized that he was saving money from fasting because he was not having lunch, coffee and snacks during the day. … Read More

 

Dimuthy's Story

May 21, 2019

Dimuthy worked an overnight job and a day job and it still wasn’t enough to take care of her family. She could afford very little food after paying all her… Read More