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$1 million raised for food bank building, $800,000 to go

The Sudbury Food Bank has surpassed the halfway point in its capital campaign. The organization's campaign goal is $1.8 million. One million has been pledged or donated so far towards renovations at the food bank's new location at 1105 Webbwood Dr.
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Helena Lee, owner of Tea and Bloom (formerly Grandmother's Pie Shoppe) puts another brick on a board Aug. 23 to celebrate the Sudbury Food Bank reaching past the halfway point in its capital campaign. Photo by Marg Seregelyi.
The Sudbury Food Bank has surpassed the halfway point in its capital campaign.

The organization's campaign goal is $1.8 million. One million has been pledged or donated so far towards renovations at the food bank's new location at 1105 Webbwood Dr.

Officials hope the new building will be completed within a year.

Tea and Bloom donated $225,000 to the food bank, the Sudbury Dragon Boat Festival donated $97,000 and A&W Restaurants donated $25,000.

The food bank still needs $800,000 for the project. For more information phone 705-671-9663.

-Posted by Heidi Ulrichsen



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