Yummy Market was recently invited to the YMCA Employer Recognition Event hosted by the YMCA of Greater Toronto. Their Employment programs offer assistance, service and support for job seekers, whether they be adults, students, or newcomers in 15 sites across the City of Toronto and the Regions of Peel, York and Durham.
Ruskoka camp, a registered charity and summer camp in the Muskokas, offers hundreds of underprivileged children the opportunity to attend summer camp every year. These children need help as their parents are unable to afford camp fees.
We are happy to present this cheque to the SickKids Foundation this year. Thank you to all who purchased a pumpkin in support of our annual SickKids fundraising campaign. The money raised will go towards …
The 7th annual International Food Festival (IFF) brought hundreds of food fanciers, scores of volunteers and more than $4,000 to the Volunteer Association’s campaign to raise $250,000 to buy fetal monitors for the Woman and Child program.
Every year, Thanksgiving is a time for reflecting on everything you are grateful for, a time to count all your blessings one by one, a time to appreciate the immense wealth that is your family and friends — it’s time for gratitude and appreciation. And this year is no different.
Yummy Market is proud to support this community event for the fourth year in a row in Vaughan. The Heart&Stroke Big Bike is a team event geared towards companies, community organizations and groups. Teams are made up of 29 enthusiastic riders who each commit to support heart disease and stroke research.
Now in its 11th year, the annual Walk’n Roll 4Education Community Event was bigger and better than ever before. Following a morning warm-up, students could choose between the 4km or 8km route around the neighbouring North York community.
The Vaughan Food Bank receives two shopping carts’ worth of food from the Yummy Market store located at 1390 Major Mackenzie Dr. W. Non-perishable food donations, all conveniently packed in canvas shopping bags, are available for purchase at checkout every day.
Yummy Market donated fruit trays for a bowling event in support of CARD. CARD is a registered non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and adults with disabilities through quality therapeutic riding programs.
Did you know that kids in your community go to school hungry? 1 in 6 face hunger every year* (Statistics Canada). A toonie feeds a child a nutritious breakfast at school. This February, Yummy Market is …