OACC Charity Month Food Drive


The OACC Fundraising & Charitable Committee invites all OACC members to participate in a Valentine’s Day themed local food drive as part of “OACC Charity Month”.

Participating career colleges are encouraged to take photographs and share the month's successful food drive stories with us! OACC will share those stories in an upcoming article. The committee will select winners in two categories: the most items donated, and the best decorated donations box. These colleges will be featured in the OACC charity month article and on the OACC website.

The career college with the most items donated will win a pizza party!  (max. value $100)

Important Notes:

  • OACC is not responsible for the organization of your Food Drive, including any pick-up or drop-off of food.
  • Be sure to take a photograph of your college at the organization making the donation on February 14th and send OACC your story!

Send your collection results and photos to:
Alix Mahé at alixmahe@oacc.on.ca
 

For more information and food drive tips, click here.

*UPDATE: The results are in! The winner of the OACC Charity Month Food Drive with the most items collected is the Ontario Dental Education Institute (ODEI).

Congratulations to the Canadian College of Educators who took home the prize for Best Decorated Donation Box.

 


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