Alberta Food Bank Network Association
As members of AFBNA we share relevant information and resources. An important part of the AFBNA’s work is to encourage public awareness and
education concerning hunger and poverty in Alberta. The NFS is delivered to the  AFBNA via the CPR and distributes to food banks in Alberta.

Alberta Share Program
Simply swipe the $2 card located at the counter at the following participating locations Beaumont Sobeys, Devon Garden Market IGA
Leduc Co-op Food Store. And $2 or more can be added to your bill and donated to the LDFB.

Farm to School
Help bring fresh vegetables into Alberta schools and daycare centers as part of healthy fundraising, and support many member food banks with donations of fresh vegetables. The program runs in schools and daycares from Sept. 16 to Dec 9. In 2014, 11 food banks in Alberta received more than 15,500 pounds of donated fresh produce through this program. Orders are placed by the schools on behalf of their local food bank. The LDFB is a benefactor of this great program.

Food Banks Canada (FBC)
As members FBC, we share relevant information and resources. FBC works collaboratively with and on behalf of member food banks regarding corporate food gleaning and solicitation. An important part of FBC’s is to encourage public awareness and education concerning hunger and poverty in the hope of diminishing the daily role of food banks within communities.

As a member of the FBC, we can receive National Food Share (NFS), food produced in Eastern Canada collected from companies such as Kraft,
Campbell’s and Kellogg’s and is delivered via the CPR to provinces and distribution  to food banks in each province.

Members must adopt the Code of Ethics of FBC and agree to follow the FBC ‘Food Safety Guidelines.’ Copies are available on the AFBNA website.  

Hunger Count
Each year Food Banks Canada (FBC) prepares Hunger Count, a report on food security in Canada. This report is prepared by gathering statistics from food banks across the county and used to lobby for government  changes such as increases in Social Security, affordable housing Guaranteed Income Supplements etc.

Hunger Awareness Week – May
This annual event held across Canada is your opportunity to learn more about your local food bank.

Loblaw 'Extra Helping' National Campaign
‘Extra Helping’ National campaign runs in local communities at Christmas and in the spring. Either donate non perishable food items or make a $2 cash donation at the store (No Frills or Extra Foods) checkout in Leduc, Devon or Beaumont.

United Way of the Alberta Capital Region
LDFB is a member agency. Designated donations to the LDFB can be made through work or personal donations directly through United Way.

United Way Tools for School
The LDFB in partnership with United Way is the collection/distribution centre for the Tools for School program (TFS).  We work closely with local school divisions and all regional agencies. Families can register with the LDFB starting in May and receive TFS kits through September. School supply donations can be made to the LDFB any time of the year. Equivalent cost of school supplies Provided to clients in    2015 - $32,175.00

Wecan Food Co-op
Anyone can access the use of this food co-op operated by the St David’s United Church. The food bank is a drop off and pick up point for monthly orders.

This is a "Community Call to Action" to join Sobeys Beaumont in helping to feed the less fortunate in our community during this increasing time of need.

The Leduc Food Bank, who supplies food to the less fortunate in Beaumont and the surrounding area, are facing dire times with less donations and an ever increasing demand. The current demand for food bank items is exceeding the supply right now. They need our help!

Sobeys Beaumont is starting a community action fund called "Hunger Hero’s" in which Sobeys Beaumont will be donating $1000 in Sobeys gift cards to the Leduc Food Bank so they can purchase the items so desperately needed for the less fortunate in our community.

The "Community Call to Action" is our store asking our community to join us in helping out our local food bank! This means everyone in Beaumont! Businesses, clubs, and all individuals! We would love to see our $1000 donation multiply many times over.

If you are able to rally with us and can contribute $100 or more in gift cards please see customer service at the store where you will be able to purchase the Sobeys gift card. Put your name and/or business name on it and we will give you a shout out on our facebook page! We will be updating the rising totals regularly on our Facebook page as well.

Self isolating? No problem! Go to and go to “Find a charity” and search "Leduc and District Food Bank". From there go to "Apply your donation to a specific fund set up by this charity" and go to "Beaumont Hunger Heros". Payment can be made directly from your credit card. If you want your shout out on our Facebook page please remember to use your name or business name so we know who you are! If you want to remain anonymous, we can do that too!

Let's do this Beaumont! Let's all get together and be “Hunger Hero’s” to those less fortunate in our community!! $1000 donated by Sobeys Beaumont, who's next??

Please share this post and help spread our Community Call to Action!


We would like to thank Mazon Canada for their generous financial support of our Snack Attack program.

This program provides students in our region with healthy snacks to aid success in learning.

We would like to express our gratitude to Hershey and Food Banks Canada for providing the Kids Can Cook kits and the new commercial dishwasher for our Kitchen Learning Centre.

The 3 Tower Gardens  located in out Kitchen Learning Centre, The Leduc Library and Willow Park School were proudly sponsored by Food Banks Canada, Compass Group and Bayer.

“Paradies Lagardère is excited to launch this partnership with Leduc & District Food Bank at the Edmonton International Airport,” said Gregg Paradies, president and CEO, Paradies Lagardère. “We believe that our community is not only coast to coast, but global as well. We’re always looking for new opportunities to make a positive and impactful difference in the lives of our employees, business partners and customers.” Beginning June 17, travelers, as well as airline and airport employees, will have the opportunity to purchase and donate convenience foods, healthy snacks, HABA, beverages, and other items the customer may want to purchase for donation, which will then be distributed to the Leduc & District Food Bank.

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