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Sudbury Food Bank launches annual Christmas card campaign

Campaign supports the food bank’s work of ensuring no one goes hungry

The 2022 Christmas/Holiday Card Campaign for the Sudbury Food Bank has been officially launched.

The campaign generated more than $56,000 to support the food bank’s mission.

This year’s list of returning local artists and photographers includes Ashley Demers, Sue Lampinen, Debbie McKay, Debb Trahan-Pero, Kaylee Wither and new to the campaign this year, Ash Sokolowicz.

The sponsors of this year’s campaign are the Backyard Birder, UFCW Local 175 & 633, Journal Printing, Delta Bingo and Gaming, Cambrian College, and WAT Supplies.

“The board of the Banque d’aliments Sudbury Food Bank wishes to thank our amazing partners, sponsors, local artists and everyone in the community who purchases and gives Christmas or Holiday cards to their loved ones, extended families, neighbors, peers and friends for their continuing efforts to assist the BDSFB in its mission to feed our region's hungry and making it possible to run this incredible community campaign in our city,” the bank said in a news release.

Cards may be ordered online at SudburyFoodbBank.ca or by calling the office at 705-671-9663. Cards are available at several retail outlets, including Lougheeds Flowers (Regent Street), the Backyard Birder, Lampinen Fine Art Custom Framing and Victoria’s Framing.

Christmas Cards are $5 each. A minimum five-card purchase entitles the purchaser to a charitable receipt. Cards are available in English, French or bilingual. Visit SudburyFoodBank.ca to see the selection of cards.