We are looking for Volunteers to join our Rotarians, Family, and Friends in picking grapes to be donated to Food For Life.
Food For Life
Rotarian Norbert Augustine has once again graciously donated the grapes from his vineyard on the Stoney Creek Mountain to Food For Life.
Weather and Grapes Cooperation is key but it looks like they will be ready
Please Consider volunteering for one of these initial time slots.
Saturday, October 1st - 9 am to 12 pm
Sunday, October 2nd - 1 pm to 4 pm
Monday, October 3rd - 1 pm to 6 pm
NOTE: If there are still grapes to pick we will be scheduling follow-up shifts the next weekend.
We need your help to add a little sweetness and energy to the homes of those who depend on the Food For Life program for their weekly grocery supply.
Please Sign Up by emailing Volunteer@RotaryHSC.org with your choice of dates, and the number of people coming with you.
Please rally your family and friends and come out for a couple of hours to fill some pails. Bring gloves and garden clippers if you have them. 


Since its inception in 1995, Food for Life has rescued over 26 million pounds of food by collecting surplus perishable food (fruit and vegetables, dairy, meat, and prepared foods) from both retail and wholesale food suppliers and grocery stores. They are the largest food rescue organization in Halton and Hamilton.  Food for Life holds a unique niche among Canadian food relief charities in that they focus on redistributing fresh, nutritious food. Their clients tell them that they are often not able to afford fresh food and that having access to this healthy food allows them to focus on obtaining other life essentials as they work towards no longer relying on the services.  By diverting over 4.9 million pounds of good food last year, Food for Life was able to reduce the equivalent of 7 million kilograms of greenhouse gases.
The Rotary Club of Hamilton Stoney Creek is proud to support and promote Food For Life and all the good they do.