CLICK for a BUCK to Owen Sound Food Bank, News (TCDMHA)

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Nov 11, 2011 | Vonnie Crawford | 1453 views
CLICK for a BUCK to Owen Sound Food Bank

Owen Sound's Salvation Army Food Bank is one of 30 food banks across Canada chosen to share $50,000 from the Kraft Food for Families program.

But for the food bank to get any money, interested people first have to register on a Kraft website,,and click a donation button.

Each click will generate a $1 donation from Kraft.

Click here to register your name

The Click for a Buck runs from November 8th until January 31th, if we all click daily we'll each donate $80.00 to Salvation Army Owen Sound Food Bank.  The community with the largest support at the end of the contest will receive an additional $10,000.00.

A event has been added to the TCDMHA website, that will appear daily on the calendar so let's all check the hockey news and CLICK for a BUCK daily event.  Let's see how many clicks TCDMHA can add.
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