We Scare Hunger Campaign 2018

Northern Lights Ford had a successful We Scare Hunger Campaign 2018. On Monday November 5 we dropped off 2 F-150 truckloads of non-perishable food items to our local Wawa Food Bank.

Total number of pounds delivered to the Wawa Food Bank – 1095lbs
Name of community partners and schools who partnered with us:

Ecole St. Joseph
St. Joseph French Immersion
Michipicoten High School
Algoma Public Health
Wawa Family Health Team
Lady Dunn Health Centre

We were able to be on location at John’s Valu-mart on October 20 and 27 to collect donations.

Local media:

Wawa News
Wawa Food Bank Fall Update
JJAM FM Radio

Customers who dropped off donations at the dealership were entered into a draw for a gift card held at end of each week.
Winners were:
Week 1 – Jeannie Desbiens
Week 2 – Pat Tait
Week 3 – Lori Germain
Week 4 – Doug Hunter
Staff who brought donations to work were entered into a draw for a gift card at the end of the campaign.
Staff Draw winner– Danette Mathias

Each of our schools were provided with a decorated barrel to house all their donations. It was a good visual for the staff and students. Contests were held in each school during the campaign. The donations were outstanding!

St. Joseph French Immersion School with Northern Lights Ford staff
We scare hunger- St. Joseph French Immersion School with Northern Lights Ford staff
Ecole St. Joseph School
Ecole St. Joseph School
Michipicoten High School with Northern Lights Ford staff
Michipicoten High School with Northern Lights Ford staff
Wawa Family Team- left to right- Lonna Rilley, Dr. Jamileh Shaffaf, Melissa Terris, Danette Mathaias
Wawa Family Health Team – left to right – Lonna Rilley, Dr. Jamileh Shaffaf, Melissa Terris, Danette Mathias

This year we encouraged the staff at Algoma Public Health, Wawa Family Health Team, and the Lady Dunn Health Centre to join in on “Feminine Friday”. The least donated item to food banks across Canada is feminine hygiene products. The staff were challenged to gather products by a certain Friday in the month of October. The donations were remarkable!!
Algoma Public Health, Wawa Family Health Team, and the Lady Dunn Health Centre to join in on “Feminine Friday”.
Lady Dunn Health Centre – left to right – Sandy Charbonneau, Kadean Ogilvie-Pinter – Chief Executive Officer, Danette Mathias, Jan Gagnon, Lonna Rilley, Dr. Jamileh Shaffaf, Dr. Sean Robinson
Lady Dunn Health Centre – left to right – Sandy Charbonneau,  Kadean Ogilvie-Pinter – Chief Executive Officer, Danette Mathias, Jan Gagnon, Lonna Rilley, Dr. Jamileh Shaffaf, Dr. Sean Robinson
Northern Lights Ford Staff with Wawa Food Bank Volunteers – left to right

Cindy Szekely, Donna Taylor, Kim Barnes, Margaret Chapman with Northern Lights Ford staff
Northern Lights Ford Staff with Wawa Food Bank Volunteers – left to right Cindy Szekely, Donna Taylor, Kim Barnes, Margaret Chapman with Northern Lights Ford staff

We Scare Hunger Campaign 2018 for Northern Lights Ford was huge success and without our partners we couldn’t have done it without them! THANK YOU!


We Scare Hunger Campaign 2017

Northern Lights Ford had a successful We Scare Hunger Campaign 2017. On Wednesday November 1 we dropped off 2 truckloads of non-perishable food items to our local Wawa Food Bank.

Total number of lbs – 1470

Name of schools who partnered with us:

Ecole St. Joseph
St. Joseph French Immersion
Michipicoten High School
Wawa Food Bank benefited from the donations

Local media:

Wawa News
Wawa community food bank fall update
JJAM FM Radio


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