The cornerstone of client services at GBF is the provision of healthy nutritional choices. We offer clients the opportunity to shop in a grocery store-like atmosphere using a system based on points. Clients…
In the News
As part of our efforts to end hunger throughout our community, GBF Community Servioces raises awareness by working with our local media partners. GBF works with the media to ensure the inclusion of accurate, up-to-date information about our programs and services.
The following are highlights of media coverage concerning the GBF’s continued work to end hunger in our community including feature stories and Letters to the Editor. We hope you enjoy reading the latest updates on our services and programs.
For Stacy Elia, that's a win-win situation. Elia is the executive director of the Grimsby Benevolent Fund (GBF), which operates a thrift shop in Grimsby, a small town in the Niagara Region of Southern Ontario. "We invested over $700,000 back into our community because of our social enterprise. I'm amazed…read more »
As the holiday season wraps up, I want to take a moment to recognize the incredible support and dedication of all those involved in making our Christmas Hamper Program of 2017 such a success. Through the generosity of the businesses, organizations, and individuals in our community, GBF Community Services…read more »
Food Bank Closed Saturday December 9th – Sunday January 7th, 2018. Food Bank re-opens Monday January 8, 2018. For emergency assistance during the holiday season, please call 905-309-5664 Ext. #33read more »
Niagara Region, in partnership with Grimsby Benevolent Fund celebrated the opening of a new Reusable Goods Drop-off at the Niagara Road 12 Landfill Site in West Lincoln. Norah-Jean Howard reports.read more »
GRIMSBY — Two Grimsby charities with a goal of helping people overcome poverty are teaming up to put more roofs over the heads of those who need them. On Monday, the Grimsby Benevolent Fund signed off on a $24,000 donation to subsidize rent for four additional affordable housing units in town.…read more »