Harvest Project receives grant from Vancity

Recently, leaders of all the North Shore Vancity branches presented a cheque for $10,000 to Harvest Project.

The funds will go to help launch Harvest Project's Food for Hope project. This project enables repurposing and repackaging of fresh, donated food into consumer-sized packages that can be shared with those who "shop" for groceries each month at Harvest Project's Grocery Depot.

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