Category - News

6
Jun

FoodFit Starting June 6, 2017

FoodFit is a new program designed to bring people together to set goals, learn skills, and make measurable changes in overall health and fitness, with a focus on nutrition and exercise. Over the course of 12 weeks, participants cook, learn about nutrition, and participate in physical activity. FoodFit expands our ability to impact healthy changes, …

10
Jun

Target Hunger Volunteers

We’re looking for YOU to be a volunteer with TARGET HUNGER! Target Hunger is an annual food drive done each year on the second Saturday of June. As this is a city wide event, we are looking for volunteers to help us drop off and collect our yellow bags throughout the city! Each volunteer will …

10
Jul

Young Chefs Summer Classes

What are you doing this summer? If you like cooking and you are age 11-14, sign up for Young Chefs! FREE Program runs for 1 full week! Summer 2017 start and end dates are: July 10-14 July 17-21 July 24-28 July 31-Aug.4 8-11 14-18       Classes are 1:30-3:30pm daily. Pre-registration is required. Participants will: Prepare …

22
Aug

Whoop Up Days Parade & Pancake Breakfast

SAVE THE DATE On Tuesday, August 22nd, Interfaith will host a Pancake Breakfast to kick off Whoop-Up Days!  The event will begin at 7:00 am and end at 10:00 am, just in time for the parade.  We will be recruiting food product and supplies required for the breakfast and door prizes for the event.

29
Sep

Friends of Interfaith Charity Dinner & Silent Auction

SAVE THE DATE Our Charity Dinner & Silent Auction will be on September 29th, 2017. Friends of Interfaith Charity Dinner & Silent Auction—  Join us on  Friday, September 29rd at the Italian-Canadian Cultural Centre for this fund-raising event that includes a plated dinner, entertainment and silent auction.  This year will again feature Trevor Panczak as …

4
May

Executive Director Annual Report 2017

Click here to view 2017 ED report  

4
May

Building Possibilities – Project Descriptions and Breakdown of Costs

Building Possibilities – Projection Descriptions & Breakdown of Costs Interfaith Food Bank expansion plans.

6
Dec

Families could pay up to $420 more for food in 2017, report finds

Food prices are expected to rise above the inflation rate in 2017 – forecasted to rise between 3% and 5% (vs 1%-2% which is an acceptable inflation rate). For the average Canadian family, food expenses in 2017 could increase by as much as $420. This is expected to have an impact on low income Canadians, …

24
Nov

Christmas 2016 Newsletter

Hello and Merry Christmas! You will find our Christmas Newsletter 2016 below, please check it out! In this newsletter you will find information about: Christmas Programs & Events A Message from our Executive Director Suggestions for Christmas Involvement Click HERE to view our Christmas 2016 Newsletter!

21
Nov

Registered 1000 Households to Date!

Once again, Interfaith Food Bank, Lethbridge Food Bank and Lethbridge Salvation Army will join forces to ensure that the less-fortunate members of our community get everything they need for Christmas. Because we share clientele, we are working together to serve our community, making the most of our resources and eliminating the duplication of services. REGISTRATION …