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​Lauren More, vice president, Communications, Ford of Canada, donates $25,000 to Food for Life with members of the Ford of Canada Volunteer Corps
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 Ford Goes Further with Food for Life

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OAKVILLE - During the cold winter months, nothing starts the day off as well as a hearty breakfast. Unfortunately, a good start to the school day is not a reality for some kids. Food for Life, the largest food recovery program in Halton Region, is there to help by providing nutritious food for those in need.

Halton Region is an area with a population of approximately 500,000 people, eight per cent of which cannot afford a healthy nutritious diet. Food for Life helps by feeding more than 17,000 people every month, and Ford of Canada has donated funds earmarked to assist with the purchase of a new truck to assist with food delivery.

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3/29/2013 6:00 AM