Mealshare expands in Victoria

Buying one Mealshare meal provides one meal to someone in need

The range of restaurant in Victoria contributing to giving meals to people in need is expanding.

On April 16, Pig, Brickyard Pizza, Origin Bakery and Tacofino are joining the 20 other restaurants in Victoria that are involved with Mealshare.

For every Mealshare item ordered at participating restaurants, $1 is given to Mealshare, with at least 70 cents of each dollar going towards local and international charities. In Victoria, the money goes to Our Place Society.

“We are so pleased to be expanding Mealshare in Victoria,” said co-founder Andrew Hall. “The amount of support our program receives from conscientious diners throughout this city is amazing.”

Mealshare is partnered with over 150 restaurants across seven cities in Canada, and has provided over 20,000 meals to people in need.

For more information, please go online to mealshare.ca.

 

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