It is a Food Rescue Program that rescues and distributes food such as fresh produce and bread collected from Calgary Interfaith Food Bank, Farmers' Market and local merchants that may have otherwise been thrown away.
Collected fresh produce, bread and other donations from suppliers, farmers' markets and others arrive at our 40,000 sq ft warehouse for distributed. Multiple agencies and organizations come to the Spinz-A-Round section of the warehouse to pick up the food to deliver to families around the city.
Where is Spinz-A-Round located?
The Spinz-A-Round Program runs out of the Community Kitchen Program’s Warehouse.
Why does the program exist?
Spinz-A-Round Program operates to help families all over the city of Calgary receive food they otherwise may not have obtained on their own. The recipients of the rescued food through go through an organization or agency who has signed up for the program and come faithfully each week to pick up and deliver.
When does the program run?
The Spinz-A-Round program runs twice a week, Tuesday mornings and Thursday mornings. Doors open – 9:00am Doors close – 10:00am Agencies and organizations only are able to sign up for one of the two days. A maximum of two representatives of the agencies come to choose the food items, box them, and pack them into their vehicle.
How can I get involved?
In order to receive any of the food available through the Spinz-A-Round Program, you must be a part of an agency or organization that is a part of the program.
If you are an agency/organization(not for profit) and would like to sign up for Spinz-A-Round program, please follow these steps:
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