No One Goes Hungry hosted a Gala Dinner at November 13th at Country Heritage Park and also used the venue to announce their new partnership with Country Heritage Park and their Conestoga Community Kitchen.

The program No One Goes Hungry is super excited to be a part Country Heritage Park in their shared vision of giving back to the community.

 NOGH Organizer Chef Melani said “I am excited to be a part of this program and spearhead this with our volunteers. There is nothing like the joys of people coming together to volunteer, which is only matched by seeing people receive the food and help they need.”

As NOGH goes into their second year they are asking community members to assist either through volunteer work, donations or helping with deliveries.

There are no qualifications to receive a food donation, community members in need can contact NOGH at and people interested in volunteering can email to Students are also welcome to come and get their volunteer hours by helping out. Chef Melani says there is no end date to this program, we are creating a system to duplicate in any community using rescued food to serve meals and package and send them out to people in need. “With every meal served a heart is full” says Chef Melani As NOGH moves forward they are humbled by the support they are receiving and this volunteer driven organization is truly focused to get Halton hunger free.

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