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Gift of Giving Back Update AFTER DAY 2
Submitted By Josh Hamilton on Thursday, November 21, 2019
Update after Day 2

Wondering who, after day 2, is leading in the race to collect the most weight in food donations? We'll just say the top team so far raised 5471 lbs!

Check out the current tally chart HERE

Congratulations to all teams who have come through thus far, you should all be proud!

Will anyone beat this total? Stay tuned to find out.

This year the dates have been established as November 19-22 starting from 6pm -10pm each evening. Your individual and team pictures will be taken in that time frame as well and all picture schedules have been posted on your team websites.

This year the team bringing in the most weight in donations will receive a night at the Movies (free passes, popcorn, and a soft drink) and we will have additional prizes as well for the 2nd and 3rd place teams.

Event details are as follows

Drop Off Location:
Regeneration Thrift Store
253 Queen Street East Brampton
Dates and time as noted above.

Remember if you are out in the community collecting with your team make sure you send us your pictures ([email protected]) or post on social media using #kidsfeedingkids and we will be sure to share on our social media channels. Don’t forget to check out the Market and the Thrift Store for some Christmas deals as well. In addition we will have an appearance by Santa himself, a few of the Star Wars Characters, our Mayor Patrick Brown and many of the Brampton City Councilors.  

Keep working hard on collecting donations and lets make this our most successful year yet!

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