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2010 Annual Report
2010 Annual Report
Edmonton’s Food Bank
.
Aerial view of Edmonton Corn Maze
Because we do it together…
MISSSION:
To be stewards
s
in the
collection of surrplus and
d
donate
ed food fo
or the
effectivve distrib
bution,
free off charge, to
t people
e in need in our co
ommunityy while seeeking
solutio
ons to the
e causes of
o hungerr.
VISIION:
The Ed
dmonton Gleaners Association envissions a co
ommunityy where aall
citizens have acccess to an adequaate and nutritious supply off food.
BELIEF:
Want and
a hunger are afffecting th
he lives off many in
n our com
mmunity. In
our community, large qu
uantities of
o edible food are a risk of being
wasted
d.
TARRGET:
The EEdmonton
n Gleanerrs
Assocciation exxists to seerve peop
ple
who llack food
d security in the Citty
of Edmonton.
PhotogrraphyBy NathanSmith
h
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Page 1
Messsage frrom thee Chairr
ends:
Dear Frie
It is with great pleasu
ure that I pre
esent the 20
010 Annual R
Report
for the Edmonton Gleaners Asso
ociation: Edm
monton’s Foood
Bank.
I encouraage you to re
ead this document as it highlights thhe Food
Bank’s acctivities overr the past ye
ear. The con
ntents of thiss report
powerfullly illustrate all that can be achieved
d when comm
munity mem
mbers and orrganizations
work toggether for a common
c
purpose. On behalf
b
of the staff and Bo
oard, I want to express o
our
deep app
preciation fo
or your contiinued suppo
ort. I am prooud to say th
hat, for the ssecond year in a
row, Charity Intellige
ence Canadaa has named Edmonton’ss Food Bankk as a recommended chaarity.
With you
ur support, the Food Ban
nk is respond
ding to the i mmediate fo
ood needs that face many
people in
n our commu
unity. We know, howevver, that the causes of hunger are co
omplex. Thee
Food Ban
nk is committted to workking together in and withh our community to add
dress the cau
uses
of hunge
er and seek solutions
s
to poverty.
p
Ou
ur vision is thhat all citizen
ns will have an adequatee
supply off nutritious food.
f
I wish to acknowledgge and thankk the dedicatted staff andd volunteerss who make the work off the
Food Ban
nk so effectivve. A harder working, more
m
committted group w
would be diffficult to
imagine. I would also like to ackknowledge th
he work of oour Board off Directors fo
or the time aand
energy th
hey devote to
t our organ
nization. Boaard memberrs work veryy hard to enssure that thee
Food Ban
nk is a responsive and efffective orgaanization botth now and in the futuree. Special th
hanks
goes to Jack Little, who
w served as our Board Chair from 22002 to 2010.
In 2011, the
t Food Bank will markk thirty yearss of service iin our comm
munity. We w
will continuee to
work to the
t best of our
o abilities to
t serve peo
ople in need in Edmonto
on.
Thank yo
ou for your ongoing
o
com
mmitment to reducing huunger.
Anne Sm
mith
An
nne Smith, Ch
hair
Jackk Little, Past Chair
C
Norm
man Dirr, Vice
e Chair
Garry Ollis, Treasurer
Brian
n Besney, Seccretary
2010 Annual Report
OUR BOARD
David Benjestorff
Lorrraine Chaput
Sherry Fowler
Ch
had Harding
Fraances Harley
Alice Hinds
Mary Janee McLaughlin
n
Sham
mi Sandhu
Kathleeen Tilley
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A Messag
M
e from
m our Execut
E
tive D
Director
Because we do it toggether, the fo
ollowing are
e some of th e many milee stones achieved in 201
10:
Food was distribu
uted to overr 190 agencie
depots.
es, churchess and food d
A dep
pot distributtes food ham
mpers to anyyone in needd in a specificc geographiccal area. There
are currently 39 depots
d
affiliaated with Ed
dmonton’s FFood Bank. ((In 2008, theere were 32
nton’s Food Bank).
B
depots affiliated with Edmon
Over 3.4 million kilograms
k
was collected, sorted, reppackaged, an
nd distributeed. (It is
estim
mated that Ed
dmonton’s Food
F
Bank is collecting bbetween $144,000,000 an
nd $15,000,0
000
worth
h of food eacch year).
Over 41,200 volu
unteer hourss were contributed by coommitted su
upporters.
As reported to Fo
ood Banks Canada, Edmonton’s Foo d Bank provvided hampeers to 14,936
6
differrent individu
uals in March
h 2010 durin
ng HungerCoount.
Edmo
onton’s Food
d Bank is a re
ecognized te
eaching facillity for Conccordia University’s
Environmental Health Prograam. (This meeans that wee follow all ssafe food ha
andling
proceedures).
Edmo
onton’s Food
d Bank was named
n
as on
ne of the reccommended
d charities fo
or 2009 and 2
2010
by Ch
harity Intelliggence Canad
da.
Two Food Bank board
b
memb
bers were naamed Avenu e Magazine Edmonton’ss Top 40 Und
der
40.
nts were because of the kind supporrt of our volu
unteers, don
nors
Our workk and these achievemen
and community partners. Thankk you!
wledge 30 yeaars of service. We have been very
In 2011, Edmonton’ss Food Bank will acknow
fortunate
e to be supp
ported by the
e wide range
e of committted volunteeers, donors aand other
supporte
ers. Your kin
nd support and ongoing
encouraggement to re
educe hunge
er in our
community is apprecciated.
Yours tru
uly,
Marjorie Bencz, CM
e Director
Executive
2010 Annual Report
Marjoriie
Bencz is
i
a membeer
of the
Order off
Canadaa.
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Page 3
Our Servicces
ding food fre
ee of charge to individuaals and famillies through our networrk of more th
han
By provid
190 agen
ncies, church
hes, soup kitchens and fo
ood depots, Edmonton’s Food Bankk is reducing the
effects of poverty byy providing nutritious
n
foo
od to individduals and fam
milies in the city of
Edmonto
on.
The quaality and quaantity of food
d from the FFood
duals to partticipate in
Bank en ables individ
school, w
work and co
ommunity acctivities.
Nutritious food is th
he foundatio
on of good health
and is crritical in buillding strong individuals,
families and commu
unities.
4
40% of our
c
clients are
childre
en
Dear Edmontton Food
d Bank,
My 25 year old
o husb
band and
nd I have
ve just rreceived
d custod
dy
of my
y teenag
ge sister
ers. Thi
his addittional re
esponsibi
bility
includ
des findi
ding a lar
arger apa
partmentt and ha
as place
ed
additi
tional fin
nancial constrain
c
ints on uus. Beccause off your
suppor
ort, the Food Bank
Ba wass able to give uus a foood hampe
per,
some school supplies
s
s and oth
ther reso
sources.
15,000
0 people received
r
hampers
h
Sincere
ely,
from Edmonton’
E
’s Food Ba
ank each
month
h in 2010.
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A Food B
Bank Cliient
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Page 4
Our Wareehouse
In 2010, an
n amazing
ng
41,200
4
hours
ho
of
vo
olunteer time
t
wass
donatted!
Our V
Volunteers
Edmonton ’s Food Bank volunteerss work in all
ouse, client sservices and
service areeas wareho
special eveents. Our vo
olunteers commit a day, a
week, a moonth or yearrs of service to the Food
d
Bank. All ttime spent h
helping the FFood Bank is
appreciateed.
Voluntee
ers approach
h our organizzation as
individuaals or througgh corporatio
ons. They so
ort
food, pacck hampers, assist clientts or represe
ent
Edmonto
on’s Food Baank at eventss such as the
e
Servus Heritage Festival, Candy Cane
C
Lane or the
ETS Stufff A Bus.
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Our 2010 Scrap Bookk
Shaw Deliverss Amazinng Resullts
Shaw launched To
ogether is A
Amazing in
Septeember 2010 w
with the goaal of helpingg food
bankss across Canaada. In Edm
monton, Shaw
w
staff ddedicated th
heir time to p
promote thee
campaaign, includiing a day lon
ng food teletthon
and coollected food donationss in their own
n
vehiclles.
Shaw and
d Campbell’ss Company of
o Canada eaach pledged they would
d match donaations acrosss the
country, with the maaximum of 250,000 poun
nds each. Eddmonton an
nd area raiseed the most
donation
ns in Canada 205,774 pounds (93,338 kilogram
ms) of food an
nd almost $2
24,000. In
addition,, Edmonton’s Food Bankk received 40
0,000 kilograams from the campaign as a result o
of
the matcching food do
onations.
CBC Turkey
T
Drive
D
CBC Edm
monton has been
b
supportting Edmontton’s
Food Ban
nk with fund
draisers since
e 1995. The CBC
Turkey Drive
D
raised more
m
than $280,000 (11,200
turkeys) and its 2010
0 goal was 8,,000 turkeyss.
Citade
del Markss 10 Yearrs of Colllecting
Cittadel Theatrre stages A CChristmas Caarol annuallyy in Edmonto
on.
Th
he cast and crew
c
of A Chhristmas Carol have been
n asking the
au
udiences to make
m
a monnetary donattion to Edmo
onton’s Food
d
Baank since 2001. In Noveember and D
December, 20
010 alone, o
over
$6
65,700 was collected
c
forr the Food Bank. A totall of $527,567
7.25
has been
n raised by th
he productio
on over the past
p 10 yearrs.
Bethle
lehem Waalk
In Decem
mber 2010, the West Edm
monton Chriistian Assem
mbly (WECA) organized tthe Bethleheem
Walk, a full
f scale three day prod
duction invollving over 3000 congregation membeers who re
created the
t little tow
wn of Bethlehem 2000 ye
ears ago. Thheir event raaised over $5
5,600 and 6,,654
kilograms of food.
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Don’tt Forget about thhese Speccial Evennts…
Spread thee
Feeling raisin
ng
7,500 jars of
Peanut Buttter
Cand
dy
Cane
Lanee
Special Christmas ha
ampers packe
ed for familie
es
who we
ere victims off the Decemb
ber 23 apartm
ment
fire in Edmonton
E
Edmoonton’s Food
F Bannk Receivves Grannt
The goal of the Comm
munity Spirit Program iss to increasee individual ccharitable givving to help
support Alberta’s
A
non profit and
d charitable organization
o
ns. Edmonto
on’s Food Baank received
da
$25,000 grant from the
t Alberta Community
C
Spirit Prograam.
The proggram is dono
or driven, me
eaning it reccognizes andd encouragess Albertans tto support their
favorite organization
o
ns. Monies received
r
from
m Albertanss stay in Albeerta to suppo
ort Alberta
based no
on profit orgganizations.
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Worrking Togeth
T her…can
c by caan, dollarr by dolla
lar
Visitorss to the 35th
Annual Heritage
Festivall donated ovver
49,000 kilograms off
food, $4
47,658 in
monetaary donation
ns
and $43
3,170 worth of
unused food ticketss
t August long
during the
weeken
nd.
During the
he 2010 Ho
oliday Cam
mpaign, Edm
dmontonians
ns helped rraise
188
88,199 kilog
ograms of food
f
and more
m
thann $900,000
00 for Edm
monton’s
Food
d Bank! This
Th food and
an funds help
h
us pro
rovide servvice not onnly during
the fest
stive seaso
on but alsoo into 2011
1.
Events are also a coore function
n at
on’s Food B
Bank. Over
Edmonto
1,100 special events and food
drives we
ere held in 2010
througho
out the com
mmunity.
Donors are
a encouraaged to be
creative and have fuun with theeir
food drivves.
on’s Food Baank collects non
n perishable
Edmonto
food don
nations all ye
ear. Local grrocery storess
and City of Edmonton Fire Halls have donation
boxes to make it con
nvenient for you whethe
er it
be a can,, a box or a bag
b of food to
t drop off. Our
most nee
eded items include cann
ned meat or fish,
beans with or withou
ut pork, soup
p and peanu
ut
butter.
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Our Celebrrationns
Avenuue Magaazine Edm
dmonton’s
’s Top 400 Under 40
Board me
embers, Davvid Benjestorf and Sham
mi Sandhu, reeceived top h
honors in 20
010 when they
were sele
ected by a panel of judgges as Avenue Magazine Edmonton’ss Top 40 Under 40. Theey
were pro
ofiled in the November isssue and invvited to an a wards banquet.
Shaami
San
ndhu
Davi d
Benjesttorf
In 2010, Charity Intelligence Canada named Edmonton’ss Food Bank as one of 36
6 recommen
nded
charities in Canada fo
or the secon
nd year in a row.
r
The deesignation reecognizes the work of th
he
Food Ban
nk’s staff, bo
oard membe
ers and volun
nteers who pput their heaart and soul into the
organizattion. Charityy Intelligencce Canada is a non profitt organizatio
on that reseaarches and
analyzes Canada’s ch
harities to en
nable funderrs to make innformed and
d effective ggiving decisio
ons.
Janet Hughes Award (in
( remem
mbrance off Sister Joosephine M
Mainka)
Each year, the Janet Hughes Awaard recognizzes a person who has maade a significcant
on. Candidattes for this aaward are m
member agen
ncy
contributtion to reducing hunger in Edmonto
staff or volunteers
v
who
w have made a long te
erm commitm
ment to deccreasing food
d insecurity and
its underrlying causess. Candidate
es are honesst, responsibble, accountaable people who
demonsttrate committment to the
e Edmonton Gleaners Asssociation m
mission.
w presented
d to Sister Joseephine Mainkka for her
In 2010, the Janet Hughes Award was
loyal, lifellong commitm
ment to volun
nteering and serving
s
the in ner city. Unffortunately,
Sister Joseephine passed
d away just th
hree months after receivinng the Janet H
Hughes
Award. In
n reflecting up
pon her life, her
h colleaguess said, “Sisterr Josephine w
was a deeply
sincere peerson who lovved the poor and
a challengeed anything sshe thought w
was unjust.”
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Our Board
David I. Benjestorf
David has been practicing corporate law in the Edmonton area since 2000 and presently serves
as Legal Counsel and General Manager for the Alldritt Group’s Alberta operations. He is also an
entrepreneur as owner of a few Edmonton based companies. David has been acknowledged
for numerous outstanding achievements which includes Alberta Venture Magazine’s “Leader of
Tomorrow” (2005 issue), Edmonton Junior Chamber Member of the Year (2003) and being
Knighted under the International Order of the Noble Companions of the Swan (2008). David
has many volunteer commitments which include the yearly Faculty of Law Alumnifest, serving
in various Board capacities for the Edmonton Junior Chamber/Jaycees, and involvement with
Junior Achievement.
Brian Besney
For the past 20 years, Brian has volunteered with many non profit organizations. He has
completed NAIT’s marketing program and serves as the Edmonton Gleaners Association
recording secretary. For the past 30 years, Brian has worked as a property manager.
Lorraine Chaput
Lorraine is a registered Social Worker who has worked in the non profit sector for over 20 years
and has been an active member of various community boards and committees. Lorraine’s past
experience includes managing an addiction recovery centre for 16 years. She is currently a
member of the City of Edmonton Community Investment Operating Grant Committee and a
social worker at Uncles and Aunts at Large (Edmonton Area).
Norman Dirr
Before becoming Chief Financial Officer for Gateway Mechanical Services Inc., Norman was a
principal at Mowbrey Gil Chartered Accountants. His many years of volunteer work include
Board membership for such groups as Ducks Unlimited (on the Decoys & Diamonds
Committee), Green & White Gala (prostate cancer fundraiser), Vienna Opera Ball Society of
Alberta (fundraiser for the performing arts), and Board membership and executive positions for
various professional associations. For 15 years, Norman also taught advanced accounting
courses at NAIT for students enrolled in the CMA program. Norman has a Bachelor of
Commerce Degree from the University of Alberta and is a Chartered Accountant.
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Sherry Fowler
For the past 13 years, Sherry has filled a number of different positions with Bent Arrow
Traditional Healing Society. These positions have included child care supervisor, volunteer
coordinator and community liaison. While Sherry has a background in childhood development,
her professional and volunteer commitments have taken her down a number of paths. Some of
Sherry’s current volunteer commitments include the Jasper Place Revitalization Steering
Committee, Park Watch Working Group and Edmonton Safe Parent. Additionally, Sherry has
been a long term special events volunteer with Edmonton’s Food Bank.
Chad Harding
Over the last few years, Chad has become more involved with Edmonton’s Food Bank through
his current employer, Capital Printing and Forms. Chad attended the University of Lethbridge
with courses in marketing, marketing research, financing, business ethics, accounting and
information processing. His volunteer experiences have included the Shrine Circus and Because
We Care (Canada Safeway).
Dr. Frances Harley
Frances is a semi retired Paediatric Nephrologist still working in the area of kidney diseases in
children and adults, especially in First Nation populations. This, as well as other life
experiences, has convinced her of the damaging effects of hunger as well as the injustice and
waste of hunger. As Acting Chair of Paediatrics and the Capital Health, Child Health Program, in
two lengthy and financially different periods, the goals of merging child health care into a
Children’s Hospital were a top priority while increasing academic productivity. Her first post
retirement volunteer position was a two year term on the newly reorganized governance Board
of Food Banks Canada.
Alice Hinds
A staff pharmacist with Canada Safeway in St. Albert, Alice has held senior management
positions in pharmacy and health care administration. Her volunteer commitments have
included the Edmonton Community Foundation’s Board of Directors and distribution
committee, as well as the board of Edmonton’s Volunteer Action Centre.
Jack Little
Jack worked for CFRN for 27 years, 10 of them as station manager, before becoming Executive
Director of the Edmonton Heritage Festival Association. His volunteer work has included the
Western Association of Broadcasters, the United Way, the Northern Alberta Better Business
Bureau, and the Edmonton Community Loan Fund. He has extensive experience with media
and public relations.
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Mary Jane McLaughlin
Mary Jane’s more than 30 years of non profit experience includes senior management, direct
service delivery, fundraising officer, consultant and volunteer. Since 1998, she has done
consulting work with such groups as the Board Development Program, Alberta Community
Development, Wildrose Foundation, and the Edmonton Community Lottery Board. Past
employment includes nine years at the Canadian Mental Health Association and five years as
the Executive Director of Norwood Community Service Centre.
Garry Ollis
Garry is a Chartered Accountant with his own firm that serves owner managed businesses.
Garry’s past volunteer experience includes board membership of various NPO’s and coaching
and managing various hockey, ringette and soccer teams.
Shami Sandhu
An advocate for community based social, sport and crime prevention programs, Shami’s past
volunteer experiences demonstrate his strong leadership and commitment to the community.
He is the founding member and past president of the Heritage Point Community League. Shami
has volunteered with various community policing initiatives in South East Edmonton and in
2009, Shami was appointed to the Edmonton Police Commission. Shami is a licensed real
estate broker and owner of ReMAX River City.
Anne Smith
Anne holds a Master of Public Administration from Queen’s University. She is self employed
and owns J.A. Smith Research and Consulting Services Inc. Anne has provided research and
consulting services to government and community organizations since 1990. Prior to this time
she worked for both the Governments of Alberta and Saskatchewan. Anne is the 2010
Riverview Rotary Integrity Award recipient.
Kathleen Tilley
At Independent Counselling Enterprises, Kathleen worked closely with persons with
development disabilities and other vulnerable individuals. She facilitated many seminars for
employees on understanding and supporting people living with the realities of FASD, substance
abuse, and other challenging disorders. While working in Nunavut, she volunteered at the local
women’s shelter and saw first hand the difference time and donations can make to the quality
of life for those in need. Currently, Kathleen is a Human Resources Manager.
Our Great Appreciation to the Board Members!
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Our Partners
In 2010, the following agencies and churches received food supplies from Edmonton’s Food
Bank and provided food services to people in need.
124th Street Drop In Association
Abbottsfield Recreation Centre
Abbottsfield Youth Project
ABC Head Start
Aboriginal Learning Services
Aboriginal Youth and Family Well Being and
Education Society
Action for Healthy Communities
Alberta Health Services Home Care
Alberta Health Services Mental Health
All Saints Lutheran Church
Amiskwaciy Academy
Anawim Place
Bannerman Drop In Centre
Ben Calf Robe Society
Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society
Bernadette N. Swan Social Care Foundation
Bethel Christian Reformed Community Church
Bible Pentecostal Church
Big Brothers Big Sisters Society of Edmonton
and Area
Bissell Centre
Boyle McCauley Health Centre
Boyle Street Community Services
Boys and Girls Clubs of Edmonton
Bread Run Garneau
Bread Run Millwoods
Brightwood Ranch
Canadian Mental Health Association
Canadian Native Friendship Centre
Candora Society of Edmonton
Capital Health
Catholic Social Services
Changing Together
Centre for Immigrant Women
Centre for Race and Culture
Christian Care Centre
City of Edmonton: Counselling (Assessment and
Short Term)
City West Child Care &Community Support
Society
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Clareview Headstart
Clareview Pentecostal Assembly
Collective Kitchens
Community Options: A Society for Children and
Families
Creating Hope Society
Crossroads Outreach
Crystal Kids Youth Centre
Dayspring Presbyterian Church
Dickensfield Amity House
Distinctive Employment Counselling Services of
Alberta (DECSA)
DOT for HAART
Early Head Start (E4C)
Edmonton Centre Victory Church
Edmonton City Centre Church Corporation (E4C)
(includes 33 school lunch programs)
Edmonton Epilepsy
Edmonton Immigrant Services Association
Edmonton Inner City Children’s Project Society
Edmonton John Howard Society
Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers
Edmonton Native Healing Centre
Edmonton’s Women Shelter Ltd. (WIN House)
Elizabeth Fry Society of Edmonton
Elizabeth House
Elves Child Development Centre
Emmaus Lutheran Church
EmployAbilities
Family Centre
First Presbyterian Church
First United Pentecostal Church
Forensic Assessment and Community Services
Fusion Canada
George Spady Centre
Grant MacEwan University: City Centre
Greater Edmonton Foundation Housing for
Seniors (GEFSH)
HAART House
Health for Two
HIV Network Society of Edmonton
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Holyrood Mennonite Centre
Hope Mission
Hosanna Lutheran Church
House of Refuge
Inglewood Christian Reformed Church
Inner City Drama Association
Inner City Pastoral Ministry
Islamic Family and Social Services
Jasper Place Baptist Church
KARA Family Resource Centre
Kate Chegwin Junior High School
Kids on Track
KidSport Alberta
Kindred House
La Salle
Lawton Junior High School
Living Hope Christian Fellowship
Lurana Shelter
Maranatha Christian Reformed Church
Marian Centre
McCauley Community Afterschool Care
Association
McClure United Church
McDougall House Association
McMan Youth, Family and Community Services
Association
Meadows Lodge
Metis Child and Family Services Society
Metro Continuing Education
Millwoods Family Resource Centre
Millwoods Pentecostal Assembly
Millwoods United Church
Multicultural Health Brokers
Mustard Seed Street Church
NAIT Encana Centre
NAIT Students Association (NAITSA)
Native Counselling Services of Alberta
Native Healing
Native Ministries
Native Seniors Centre
Networks Activity Centre Society
North East Youth Project
North Pointe Community Church
Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre
On Site Placement Services Association
Operation Friendship
Our Centre
Our House (Edmonton) Ltd.
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PAR Foundation
Parkdale Out of School Care Society
Partners for Kids and Youth
Pride Centre of Edmonton
Project Adult Literacy Society (PALS)
Prostitution Awareness & Action Foundation of
Edmonton (PAAFE)
Red Road Healing Society
Rights of Passage
Robertson Wesley United Church
Rock Lutheran Inner City Society
Sacred Heart Church of the First Peoples
Salvation Army Family Social Services
Salvation Army Men’s Social Services
Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton
(SAGE)
Seniors Outreach Network Society
Seniors Safe House
Shiloh Youth Ranch
Southminister Steinhauer United Church
St. Andrew’s Food Program
St. Angela’s Food Pantry
St. Anthony’s Parish
St. Anthony’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church
St. Faith’s Anglican Church
St. Francis of Assisi Parish
St. Herman’s Orthodox Church
St. John the Evangelist Parish
St. Joseph’s High School
St. Luke’s Anglican Church
St. Mary’s Anglican Church
St. Theresa’s Roman Catholic Church
Terra Association
The Rock (St. Peter’s)
Tipaskan Elementary School
Trade Winds to Success Training Society
Trinity Lutheran Church
Uncles & Aunts at Large (Edmonton Area)
Unity Centre of North East Edmonton
Unsung Heroes
Urban Manor Housing Society
Victory Church On The Rock
WeCan Co operative
Women Moving Forward
Women’s Emergency Accommodation Centre
(WEAC)
YOUCAN
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Our Stafff
As off December 31, 2010
2
Marjorie Bencz, CM,
C Executiive Directo
or
Cheng Liu,
L Adminiistrative Asssistant to the Execuutive
Directorr
unteer Coo
ordinator
Judy Yawney, Volu
Ron Loccke, Assista
ant to the Volunteer Coordinatoor
n Bencz Kn
night, Reso
ource Development CCoordinator
Tamisan
Kelly Caailliau, Reso
ource Deveelopment Coordinato
C
or
Tamara Stecyk, Reesource Deevelopment Assistantt
Debbie Theuss, Reesource Deevelopmen
nt Assistantt
Suedelle
e Baudais, Office Ma
anager
Sandy MacLean,
M
Administra
A
ative Assistant
Sandra Peter, Adm
ministrativee Assistantt
Sheilagh
h Regan, Data
D
Entry Administra
A
ator
Lenora Robinson, Data Entryy Administtrator
David Gilker,
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Warrehouse Ma
anager
Ryan Ke
elly, Shippeer/Receiverr
Alex An, Warehou
use Assistant
Jette Baadre, Wareehouse Asssistant
Lawson Bennett, Warehouse Assistantt
Susan Cadek,
C
Warrehouse Asssistant
Grant Clowes,
C
Wa
arehouse Assistant
A
Michael Eberhard
dt, Wareho
ouse Assista
ant
Luis Florez, Wareh
house Assisstant
Franciscco Gonzale
ez, Wareho
ouse Assisttant
Daniel Haines,
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Wa
arehouse Assistant
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Joaquin
n Kenyon, Warehouse
W
e Assistantt
Chris Litttle, Wareh
house Assiistant
Barry Slaney, Warrehouse Asssistant
Cheryl Sulatycky,
S
Warehousse Assistant
2010 Annual Report
Paage 15
Walter Dong, Clien
nt Servicess Coordinator
Joanne Buchynski, Client Serrvices Worrker
Pat McD
Dougall, Cllient Servicces Workerr
Leah Re
ead, Client Services Worker
W
Lenora Yarkey, Cliient Servicees Worker
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Edm
montonn’s Foood Bank
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of:
2010 Annual Report
Paage 16
11508 - 120 Street
P.O. Box 62061
Edmonton, Alberta
T5M 4B5
P 780.425.2133
F 780.426.1590
@yegfoodbank
www.edmontonsfoodbank.com

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