Become a partner

Whether you're looking to engage employees, positively promote products, or invest in the communities where you work, we believe in developing strong, mutually beneficial partnerships for good.

Why partner with Feed Ontario?

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As well as helping over 1,200 hunger-relief organizations provide healthy food to more than half a million people, working with Feed Ontario can be great for business. Now more than ever, employees, consumers, and communities expect businesses to make a difference. We would love to learn more about your goals and develop a partnership that works, while also having the greatest impact on our communities.

Ways to get involved

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Employee giving

Engage your employees through fundraising, events, stories of impact, volunteer opportunities, and payroll giving.

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Invest in communities

Positively position your brand and give back to the communities where you operate through a donation to Feed Ontario.

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Marketing for good

Actively engage customers in that great feeling of doing good and incentivize sales through a portion-of-proceeds or at-the-cash campaign.

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Reconnect through giving this holiday season

Through partnering with Feed Ontario this winter, you can not only help families facing hunger, but also build meaningful connections. As you prepare your holiday plans, why not use the power of giving to help drive sales, strengthen employee engagement, or grow retention - all while spreading some extra joy!

Click below for five ways your organization can reconnect and spread joy this holiday season by partnering with Feed Ontario!

Take the next step

Want to learn more about the unique ways your organization can achieve your goals while helping Feed Ontario? Contact us at donate@feedontario.ca or (416) 656-4100.

 

“I remember coming to the realization that if so many people in my community and in my life thought I was worth all the effort, extra kindness, and special gifts – then I was and that I would not let them down.”

Becky, volunteer and former food bank client