About Trick or eat
Trick or Eat® puts a new spin on the annual night of giving – Halloween. Instead of candy, community members across North America raise money online and go door-to-door collecting non-perishable food items. 1.6 million Canadian households experience food insecurity which amounts to nearly 1 in 8 households. That means that 3.9 million individuals, including 1.1 million children do not have access to safe, nutritious and affordable food.
This year our goal is to collect over $550,000 worth of food and $50,000 in online donations to support over 100 local food agencies, (such as food banks, shelters and soup kitchens) across Canada.
This Halloween, help us achieve our vision of ending hunger in Canada by supporting Trick or Eat.
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Today’s sponsor spotlight is on Canadian Pacific!Hunger doesn't end with Halloween.
Discussing Hunger in Canada with the University of Alberta's Associate Professor of Community Nutrition Noreen Willows
Noreen highlights food insecurity in Aboriginal communities.