Mealshare partners with local charity to help end youth hunger in Toronto

Nov 19 2019, 11:49 am

Mealshare has partnered with a local charity in Toronto to help end youth hunger in the city.

According to the award-winning social enterprise, its partnership with The Stop Community Food Centre kicks off on December 4. After that, anyone in Toronto ordering Mealshare meals from partner restaurants will also be supporting youth at The Stop.

The new partnership allows Mealshare users to “buy one, give one,” providing meals through local charities that use food as a catalyst for change.

“The Stop will join Eva’s Initiatives as Mealshare’s second local charity partner now supported by Toronto restaurants that are on the Mealshare program,” reads a release by the enterprise.

Mealshare also said it is celebrating the addition of 12 new restaurants and the milestone of providing their 250,000th meal since the program began in Toronto in 2014.

The agency said it is “a win-win philanthropy program that lets diners satisfy their inner foodie while making an impact.”

Through the program, restaurants will be able to select a few items on their menu to add the Mealshare logo on. And after that, customers who order a Mealshare item will be providing a meal to a youth in need.

 

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Restaurants launching Mealshare on December  in Toronto are:

  1. Good Fork

2. Bellwoods Brewery

3. Strange Love Coffee –Queen St.

4. Fat Pasha

5. Fet Zun

6. The Grapefruit Moon

7. Reverie At The Park

8. Dew Haus

9. The Office Pub – John St.

10. The Office Pub – King St.

11. Parallel

12. Foodbenders

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