HABS DONATE FOOD FROM CANCELLED GAMES TO LOCAL FOOD BANK

TIM TUCKER
March 17, 2020
The Montreal Canadiens have made a large donation to a food bank in the city. The food, 13,000 pounds of it, would have been sold at home games at the Bell Centre in March that have now been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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In a release, the team said fans looking to help members of the population most in need at this time are encouraged to make a donation to Moisson Montreal, a non-profit organization that responds to 567,000 requests for food assistance across the island of Montreal each month.

Using their network and resources, Moisson Montreal is able to purchase $15 worth of food with a $1 donation. A gift of $50 can feed three families for one week.



Many who usually don't will be seeking help this month, and likely longer, as thousands of businesses across North America have either closed or reduced their hours in an attempt to "flatten the curve" when it comes to new cases of COVID-19. While some will be covered, many will not.

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