LONDON, ONT. – The London Food Bank launched their annual Thanksgiving Food Drive amid a pandemic and increasing demand.
“In September around 2,600 families were added, an increase of 10 percent,” said Jane Roy, one of the directors of the London Food Bank.
As with the spring campaign, the non-profit organization is asking for financial donations due to the pandemic, which can be made online, but this time again, non-perishable food can be handed in at participating grocery stores.
“Thanksgiving Food Drive is extremely important as it supports not only the families who come to us for help, but all the other Londoners we help through other agencies,” said Roy.
Visit the London Food Bank website for more information.