About Trick or Eat

 

Trick or Eat is Meal Exchange’s annual, student-led, national event dedicated to helping the 40% of Canadian post-secondary students who struggle with hunger and food insecurity.  On the night of Halloween, thousands of Trick or Eaters from communities across Canada, go door to door to collect food for local community organizations, and funds to support the work of students to continue to advocate for good food for all.

Trick or Eat is a national day of action, for young people to come together and actively show that they want to see a difference on the issue of hunger on their campuses and in their communities.

The donations collected the night of Halloween support more than 100 campus and community food agencies such as food banks, shelters and soup kitchens from coast to coast to coast. Trick or Eat is an extremely important event for many campus food banks as it provides a much need influx of food at a time of year when supplies are often critically low. Join us in this unique event that allows passionate individuals like yourself to educate, advocate, and take action in to help students fight student hunger!

To learn more about what Meal Exchange does on campuses across the country, visit our website at mealexchange.com.

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