Seva Food Bank in Malton celebrates 8 great years

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Seva Food Bank in Malton celebrates eighth anniversary and to mark the occasion there will be a Kirtan program. This year is special, as the Food Bank will also kick off construction of their Community Teaching Kitchen. Everyone is welcomed to celebrate as a community, give thanks to the Divine Creator for being blessed with the ability to serve those less fortunate, and collectively pray for a brighter future for all.

In 2010, Seva Food Bank began as an initiative of Sikhs Serving Canada. Over the years they have generated tremendous amount of goodwill in the diverse community and serve almost 900 families, to whom we provide a variety of support services and over 60,000 pounds of food monthly. Today there are two locations in Mississauga run with the tireless support of a committed staff team of five, a passionately involved board of eleven and an active volunteer base of over 200. The food banks are generally happy hives of activity.

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All are welcome to visit the Seva Food Bank to meet some wonderful people and give thanks on Saturday 8 between 1pm and 3pm at Seva Food Bank in Malton; 2832 Slough Street, Mississauga. -CINEWS

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