Rabba Fine Foods held its 24th annual golf tournament on September 9 at the Brampton Golf Club in Brampton, ON.
At the event, which attracted close to 200 partners from the grocery industry and the community, founder Jack Rabba presented a cheque of $15,000 to Meghan Nicholls, executive director of the Mississauga Food Bank.
“Throughout the years, we have been fortunate enough to achieve success in the grocery business,” Rabba says. “We’re grateful to be able to strike partnerships with local partners like The Mississauga Food Bank. Their work is incredibly important and truly benefits us all. Their efforts really create an impact in communities throughout the region. We could not be more pleased with our partnership.”
Rabba first started supporting the Mississauga Food Bank in 2014 through its milk fund, by supplying the food bank with a truck load of milk purchased below market cost. The milk purchased through the partnership helps the food bank relieve hunger in Mississauga by providing and promoting access to healthy food for people in need.