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Daily Bread Food Bank spring drive wraps up
Last day to donate. Goal is 225, 000 pounds of food.
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This is the last day to donate to the Daily Bread Food Bank's spring drive.

The goal is to collect 225-thousand dollars and 225-thousand pounds of food.

The food bank needs donations of peanut butter, canned fish, pasta sauce and baby food.

Executive Director Gail Nyberg says money is preferred because the food bank can stretch a dollar by buying in bulk.

With a $1 cash donation the food bank can distribute $5 worth of food.

Financial donations can be made online at www.dailybread.ca or cheques can be mailed to Daily Bread Food Bank, 191 New Toronto St., Toronto, Ont. M8V 2E7.

Non-perishable food donations can be dropped off at any Toronto fire hall or participating grocery stores.

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This is the last day to donate to the Daily Bread Food Bank's spring drive.

The goal is to collect 225-thousand dollars and 225-thousand pounds of food.

The food bank needs donations of peanut butter, canned fish, pasta sauce and baby food.

Executive Director Gail Nyberg says money is preferred because the food bank can stretch a dollar by buying in bulk.

With a $1 cash donation the food bank can distribute $5 worth of food.

Financial donations can be made online at www.dailybread.ca or cheques can be mailed to Daily Bread Food Bank, 191 New Toronto St., Toronto, Ont. M8V 2E7.

Non-perishable food donations can be dropped off at any Toronto fire hall or participating grocery stores.

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