Food Sort Challenge

The Next Food Sort Challenge is in:

Excited for this year’s Food Sort Challenge? We are too!

The Food Sort Challenge, presented by Mondeau Bathroom and Kitchen, a division of Boone Plumbing, is a fast-paced corporate and community challenge, where teams of 10 compete head-to-head to see who can sort food the fastest! This one-of-a-kind challenge is a great team builder where 56 teams from all business sectors will compete for all the glory.

Incredible prizes are awarded to the fastest team as well as the top fundraisers, and the most spirited team. Besides bragging rights and awesome prizes, the fastest team of the day will receive a trophy! Who doesn’t like trophies?

The Morning Hot Tub and the Street Team from the New Hot 89.9 will be there to keep the music cranked and the party going.

The Details

Where:  Aberdeen Pavilion – Lansdowne
When: Friday, May 1, 2020
Competition Length: Approximately 30 minutes per team (full time commitment is approximately 1.5 hours, plus any time you spend at the after party!)
Team size: Each team is a maximum of 10 people with a minimum of six
Registration Fee:  $1,000

After Party!
Be sure to make time after your competition time and head over to Jack Astor’s Lansdowne! That’s where the after party is! Great deals on food for Food Sort Challenge participants, a DJ, and games to keep the fun going all day long!

Ready. Set. Sort!

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Highlights from our previous Food Sort Challenge

2019 Food Sort Challenge Wrap-Up

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The 7th annual Food Sort Challenge, presented by Mondeau Bathroom & Kitchen was the biggest yet! Congratulations and thank you to all the teams involved for being such wonderful ambassadors and supporters of the Ottawa Food Bank. Your enthusiasm and competitive spirits were much appreciated. Extra congratulations to the WINNERS! When all was said and done, we had 50 amazing teams join us to compete to be the next Food Sort Champion. These generous teams helped raised over $70,000!

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