FIVE HOLE FOR FOOD COMES TO HALIFAX
May. 15, 2014
Five Hole for Food is coming to Halifax on July 4th! It’s a big drop-in ball hockey game where people are encouraged to drop off food and monetary donations for local food banks while picking up a stick and taking part in the action!
Five Hole for Food is extending an invitation to anyone interested to head over to the Halifax Common Oval on Friday, July 4th to be a part of the festivities.
This year, the proceeds are going to Feed Nova Scotia.
To register for the event, please click here.
So again, the details:
When: Friday, July 4, 2014
Where: Halifax Commons Oval
Here’s a little more information about the event:
Five Hole for Food (FHFF) is a national, volunteer-driven, social-profit organization with a bold, enterprising, and entrepreneurial approach aimed at raising food and awareness for a cause that affects more than 10 million Canadians a year. From Newfoundland to British Columbia, FHFF has raised in excess of 200,000 pounds of food in support of local food banks over the last three years. Armed with national partners, the unwavering support of more than 40 volunteers, and an identity borne from social media, FHFF brings communities across Canada together by using hockey as a vehicle for social change, while reaching a new generation of social entrepreneurs. FHFF organizes drop-in ball-hockey games in major cities to collect food and monetary donations and create awareness for community food banks. FHFF is out to prove that a generation hungry for change, an engaged corporate community and a national pastime is the perfect formula for changing the face of fundraising.