“ Listen to your conscience: it will tell you how much to give.”
“ Remember that everyone you meet in this life has something to teach you.”
 
 
“ The biggest lesson we have to give our children is generosity.”
 
“ Care less for the harvest than for how many it can feed.”
All major grocery stores and City of Edmonton fire stations accept food and monetary donations for the food bank.
 
 
“ If giving is silver, then persistent giving is gold.”
Edmonton’s Food Bank was the first food bank in Canada when established in 1981.
“ Always keep your feet on the ground, in case someone needs to lean on you.”
“ Arrange whatever pieces come your way and share whatever picture you can make.”
“ What you put in, you take away.”
“ Money helps, but charity extends beyond finances.”
“ Endeavour to share others’ interests, not just your own.”
“ Take the feather out of  your own cap to help someone else  to fly.”
“ You can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”
 
“ If only our impulse to give could match our impulse to possess.”
Edmonton’s Food Bank is currently providing food to approximately 11,000 people per month.
“ Being alive serves no purpose if one has nothing to give.”
“ Give freely even if you can’t give bountifully.”
 
“ Money is like ketchup; many people have more on their plate than they can possibly use.”
More than 30,000 volunteer hours were generously given in 2008.
“ Give one gift at a time and, before you know it, you’ve created a pile of treasures.”
 
“ What we give today determines the quality of tomorrow.”
 
“ Giving at the right moment is often more important than how much is given.”
 
“ Lend your support to those who can’t repay you.”
“ Feel for others by reaching into your pocket.”
“ Whatever you intend to give away – give a little bit more.”
In 2008, Edmonton’s Food Bank collected, sorted, re-packaged and redistributed over 3 million kilograms of food.
“ Close the gap between your generous intentions and your actions.”
 
Giving is true having.
 
Generosity is the highest form of courage.
 
“ The only way to learn about generosity is to start giving.”
 
 
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Food For All Seasons Gala 2009

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Edmonton's Food Bank hosts the Food For All Seasons Gala as one of its annual fundraisers.

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  1. 2. “ Listen to your conscience: it will tell you how much to give.”
  2. 3. “ Remember that everyone you meet in this life has something to teach you.”
  3. 6. “ The biggest lesson we have to give our children is generosity.”
  4. 8. “ Care less for the harvest than for how many it can feed.”
  5. 9. All major grocery stores and City of Edmonton fire stations accept food and monetary donations for the food bank.
  6. 12. “ If giving is silver, then persistent giving is gold.”
  7. 13. Edmonton’s Food Bank was the first food bank in Canada when established in 1981.
  8. 14. “ Always keep your feet on the ground, in case someone needs to lean on you.”
  9. 15. “ Arrange whatever pieces come your way and share whatever picture you can make.”
  10. 16. “ What you put in, you take away.”
  11. 17. “ Money helps, but charity extends beyond finances.”
  12. 18. “ Endeavour to share others’ interests, not just your own.”
  13. 19. “ Take the feather out of your own cap to help someone else to fly.”
  14. 20. “ You can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”
  15. 22. “ If only our impulse to give could match our impulse to possess.”
  16. 23. Edmonton’s Food Bank is currently providing food to approximately 11,000 people per month.
  17. 24. “ Being alive serves no purpose if one has nothing to give.”
  18. 25. “ Give freely even if you can’t give bountifully.”
  19. 27. “ Money is like ketchup; many people have more on their plate than they can possibly use.”
  20. 28. More than 30,000 volunteer hours were generously given in 2008.
  21. 29. “ Give one gift at a time and, before you know it, you’ve created a pile of treasures.”
  22. 31. “ What we give today determines the quality of tomorrow.”
  23. 33. “ Giving at the right moment is often more important than how much is given.”
  24. 35. “ Lend your support to those who can’t repay you.”
  25. 36. “ Feel for others by reaching into your pocket.”
  26. 37. “ Whatever you intend to give away – give a little bit more.”
  27. 38. In 2008, Edmonton’s Food Bank collected, sorted, re-packaged and redistributed over 3 million kilograms of food.
  28. 39. “ Close the gap between your generous intentions and your actions.”
  29. 41. Giving is true having.
  30. 43. Generosity is the highest form of courage.
  31. 45. “ The only way to learn about generosity is to start giving.”

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