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Watch for a flyer in your mailbox a week or two before Halloween to let you know that Trick or Eaters will be coming by. Then, collect some non-perishable food items and wait for the Trick or Eaters to arrive!

Trick or Eat isn’t just about collecting food! It also raises funds for community food agencies (such as food banks, soup kitchens and shelters), Meal Exchange, and our student chapter network.

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Watch this video to see how you can support Trick or Eat as a household. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGCR3wMlHP8

How can you SUPPORT your local Trick or Eat campaign?

FIRST- Make sure you are prepared on October 31st with a bag of healthy non-perishable food items. Students in your community will be dressing up and knocking on your door to collect food for your local food bank.

THEN- Support a Trick or Eat campaign in your community by making an online donation. Simply click on the bat (or here) to make your donation!

For every $1 donated you will be providing 1 meal through one of the local food banks Trick or Eat supports.

You can also search for a campaign or individual to SPONSOR by clicking here!

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What’s New

  • #TrickOrEat Tweet Up: Wednesday, October 29, 2-3pm EST

    The Meal Exchange team and network has been feverishly tweeting all month using #TrickOrEat to "share the scare" about rising hunger in Canada and to raise voices about long-term solutions for food security. On Wednesday, we're hosting an inaugural #TrickOrEat Tweet Up!

    We're excited to be featuring renowned food activist and writer, Wayne Roberts; as well as Canada Research Chair in Global Human Security, and the mind behind Feeding 9 Billion and #foodcrisis, Evan Fraser as panelists.

  • Trick or Eat Spotlight: SFUO Food Bank

    Written by: Jared Davidson

    This year’s Trick or Eat is kicking off! All of the organizers are locked in and are already planning their part in what will undoubtedly be a wildly successful event. Every year on Halloween, Trick or Eat participants go door-to-door in their communities, collecting food and funds for local food agencies. But this year’s campaign hopes to add something to the tradition: a national discussion on hunger. In addition to collecting non-perishable foods, Trick or Eat participants will be collecting opinions, answers to one not-so-simple question: “With hunger in Canada on the rise, what can Canadians do to end it?”

  • Trick or Eat: Student Spotlight

    Trick or Eat is about much more than dressing up and collecting food. It’s about sharing, building community and discussing one of the most important issues in Canada. Trick or eat an opportunity to raise awareness about hunger in Canada. It’s a positive event to address short term and long term food security. Each campaign is different and reflects the goals, values and spirit of each community. Students are central to this work. Help students and community members from across the country meet their fundraising goals! 

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