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CTV Morning Live / BOB FM Food Drive Wrap-Up

What a food drive!

December 14th marked the end of the annual CTV Morning Live / BOB FM Food Drive, sponsored by Giant Tiger. Broadcasting from the Ottawa Food Bank warehouse, the morning included every thing from an impromptu food sort challenge to amazing singers from Canterbury Choir.

As the results were revealed at the end of the broadcast, everyone was blown away. This year’s drive raised a record 101,950 pounds of food and $91,586 in cash for the Ottawa Food Bank.

In the weeks leading up to the end of the food drive, so many supporters showed their kind spirit by coming together to fight community hunger. Thank you to everyone who contributed.

A big thank you to the following:

CTV Morning Live
BOB FM
Giant Tiger
PODS
JP Morgan Chase
The Works
Kraft
Mortgage Brokers Ottawa
Doyle Salewski
The Running Room
Drain Pro
Rideau Carleton Raceway
TD Canada Trust
Ottawa Police Service
Tiny Hoppers
Sobeys
Royal Bank of Canada
Minto Group
Butler Group of Companies
CAAEO
Klocwork
Novotel
Colonnade Group
Acacia Fraternity, Xi Delta Theta Sorority and the Girls and Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa
Sleepwell Property Management
Jean LeRoux and World Karate Fit
Capital Junk
Wreck MMA
Shopper’s Drug Mart
Thomas d’Arcy McGee School
Courtyard Marriot
25th Ottawa Girl Guides
Bennett Property Shop
Pro Physio
Constitution Square
Ottawa Paramedic Service
28 Field Ambulance, Canadian Forces
Black Gold Coffee
Vector Marketing
Our Lady of Fatima School
Peter Angione
Astrid Johnson
28 Field Ambulance, Canadian Forces
Tim Hortons
Laura Marrest & Quinn Hazelton
Buffet des Continents
Robin Kyriakoylias & Family
Castor Valley Elementary School
Marked Paintball & Laser Tag Park
Romantic Fireplaces and BBQs
Party Time Rental
Mark Nicholls

Photos of a great morning:

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