FCPC raises money for Food Banks CanadaMichael Graydon, left, and Jamie Moody, right, present a cheque for $12,185 to Food Banks Canada representatives (L to R) Tiffany Johnston, Erin Filey-Wronecki and Monica Donahue.

Food & Consumer Products of Canada (FCPC) raised a total of $12,185 in support of Food Banks Canada at its 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament.

This brings FCPC’s combined giving since 2013 to over $90,000, which equates to over 230,000 meals.

“During the summer months, donations to food banks often decline,” said Michael Graydon, FCPC CEO. “Food Banks Canada provides such an important and vital community service; FCPC and our members are proud to continue to support this cause year after year.”

The tournament was played at Blue Springs Golf Club and involved many sponsors who made financial contributions as well as donating prizes.

Food Banks Canada is dedicated to helping Canadians living with food insecurity, meaning that they do not have access to a sufficient variety or quality of food.

FCPC presenters FCPC presenters Michael Graydon (left) and Jamie Moodie (right) present to (left to right) Dilip Das, Kris McKillop, Jeff Cybulski and Kevin Tulk.

Left to right Colin Glaysher Larry Bonikowsky George Tzogas Kevin Smith Left to right: Colin Glaysher, Larry Bonikowsky, George Tzogas, Kevin Smith.

FCPC 1

From left: Hanif Mohamed, Judy Chang, Andrew Plaskos, Steve Matresky, Neilson Canada

FCPC 2

Athony Fuchs, FCPC; David Page, DCM; and Mudit Rawat, Nexus Company

FCPC 3

From left: Margaret Hudson, Burnbrae; David Jeffs; Chris Powell, Bill Ivany and Jamie Moody, Tree of Life.

FCPC 4

Michael Graydon, CEO FCPC; Monica Donahue, Food Banks of Canad;, Tiffany Johnstone, Food Banks of Canada; Bob Froese, Bob's Your Uncle.

 

 

FCPC 6

Darcy Bristol, Andrew Hall, Steve Fox and Karen Abram, Nestle.

FCPC 7

Sean Hammond, Hopewell Logistics; Tara MacNeil, Peco Pallet; Dave Corcoran, Nestle; Lisa Vegso, Peco Pallet; Larry Hargreaves, Hopewell Logistics; and Jason Poulin, Mondelez

 

 

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