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Local Food Banks

In the spirit of giving back to the communities it serves, Bruce Telecom is proud to announce its ongoing commitment to support local food banks in Port Elgin, Kincardine, and Paisley. Understanding the vital role that these organizations play in addressing food insecurity, Bruce Telecom is dedicated to making a positive impact and helping those in need within our local neighborhoods.

Food banks serve as lifelines for many individuals and families facing economic challenges in Canada today. Bruce Telecom recognizes the importance of fostering a strong, resilient community, and one of the most fundamental ways to achieve this is by ensuring that everyone has access to nutritious meals and ensuring that no one in our community goes hungry.

As part of its community outreach initiatives, Bruce Telecom understands that addressing food insecurity requires a collective effort, and by partnering with our local food banks, we aim to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those who may be struggling to put food on the table.

The support provided by Bruce Telecom not only helps meet immediate needs but also contributes to the overall well-being and health of the community. By alleviating food insecurity, the company aims to create a more resilient and thriving community where everyone has the opportunity to lead a healthy and fulfilling life.

Through its involvement with local food banks in Port Elgin, Kincardine, and Paisley, Bruce Telecom encourages residents to join in these efforts by contributing to local food drives, volunteering their time, or spreading awareness about the importance of supporting those who are facing food insecurity.

We want to give a huge thank you to Carol Mcculloch, from the Paisley Food Bank, Pat Stewart, from the Kincardine Food Bank, and Nikki Thompson, from the Port Elgin Salvation Army Food Bank for coordinating with Bruce Telecom this year to support the food banks.

Together, let’s nourish our community and create a brighter future for all.