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Prince Albert charities help seniors weather COVID-19 isolation measures

Seniors are struggling with the adverse effects of pandemic isolation measures, said John Fryters, pastor and director of the Heart of Seniors Gathering Centre. That’s in addition to the anxiety of being one of the groups particularly vulnerable to COVID-19.

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Barney’s gets thousands of dollars, potatoes for free food programs

Homeland Mission and Cornerstone Christian Assembly, the non-profits affiliated with Barney’s Bargain Barn in Little Current, have received additional support during the COVID-19 pandemic from food rescue operation Second Harvest and McCain Foods in the form of funding support and weekly truckloads of free potatoes, respectively.

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Coronavirus: Scotiabank Arena turns into giant kitchen as MLSE looks to make 10,000 meals daily

Scotiabank Arena, home to the Maple Leafs and Raptors, has been turned into a giant kitchen during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Canadian food rescue charity continues their essential service during COVID-19

Second Harvest is Canada’s largest food rescue charity with a dual mission of environmental protection and hunger relief. During COVID-19, they have continued their essential service around the clock and across the country for families who are food insecure.

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Second Harvest offering grants for food security to small cities across Canada

Second Harvest is offering $4.5 million in grants for food-focused organizations of all sizes needing a hand during the coronavirus struggle.

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