Hunger Gains
Reader's Digest Canada|December 2020
Hunger Gains
How a Toronto charity feeds thousands with surplus restaurant food
Courtney Shea

JAGGER GORDON WAS standing in line at the grocery store in late March when it hit him: this was only the beginning. The 50-year-old chef and founder of Toronto’s Feed It Forward, one of the country’s most innovative food bank programs, saw that COVID-19 would have an even bigger impact on communities that depend on his services. “People were fighting over water,” he says, “and I just thought, okay, this is going to be bad.”

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December 2020