Other Ways to Give

There are many ways you can help feed families across Ontario!  We have partnered with generous companies and organizations on campaigns and promotions that raise money to support people in need.

Current and Upcoming Campaigns

Lone Star Texas Grill: Chips for Change

Every time you purchase fresh tortilla chips at a Lone Star Texas Grill restaurant, the net proceeds are donated to the OAFB.  Lone Star has set a goal of raising the equivalent of 150,000 meals by the end of 2017! Learn More

Donate A Car Canada

Turn your vehicle into a donation to the Ontario Association of Food Banks! When you donate your car, truck, RV, boat, or motorcycle to the OAFB via Donate a Car Canada, it will either be recycled or sold at auction, with net proceeds directed to the OAFB. After your vehicle donation is complete, the OAFB will send you a tax receipt and put your gift towards feeding people in need across Ontario.  Learn More

Farm Credit Canada: Drive Away Hunger

From September 6 until October 13, 2017, FCC employees, volunteers and partners from communities across Canada will be collecting food and funds, with 100% of the proceeds going to Canadian food banks. Learn More

Flat Rock Cellars: Good Kharma

A portion of sales of each bottle of Flat Rock Cellars’ Good Kharma Chardonnay will be donated to the Ontario Association of Food Banks.  Learn More

Past Campaigns

Subway Canada: Make Someone’s Day With The Sub of the Day

Participating Subway restaurants in Toronto, Kingston, Peterborough and Southwestern Ontario donated 1 meal for every 10 Sub of the Days sold between February 21 and April 16, 2017.  In total, Subway donated 118,625 meals to Ontario food banks.

General Mills: Canada 150

To celebrate Canada 150, General Mills donated $1.50 for every purchase of 3 participating General Mills product between June 2 and July 6.

Campbell’s Canada: Help Hunger Disappear

Campbell’s annual Help Hunger Disappear campaign ran from March 15 – June 16, 2017.  For every 3 participating Campbell’s products purchased, they donated $1 to the OAFB.  In total, the campaign raised 30,000 meals for the OAFB.