Heart to Home Meals, a Canadian senior meal delivery service provider recently donated more than 10,000 meals to The Salvation Army.
“[2020 was a] challenging year for all Canadians, but perhaps few were more heavily impacted by the pandemic than those among us who are food insecure,” said Nigel Richards, president of Heart to Home Meals. “We are happy to be able to contribute to the great work The Salvation Army is doing to feed those most vulnerable.”
These meals will be distributed to various food banks, shelters, and daycare centres across the greater Toronto area (GTA) and beyond.
In addition to the donation to The Salvation Army, Heart to Home Meals also donated nearly 5000 meals to The Daily Bread Food Bank, one of Canada’s largest food banks.
Heart to Home Meals has created a menu featuring more than 200 meals, soups, and desserts, prepared with the nutritional needs of seniors in mind. The food is delivered frozen for free right to the homes of seniors by delivery staff. Heart to Home Meals serves communities across Ontario, Alberta, Nova Scotia, and Saskatchewan.