• Food donated by local grocery companies

    Reducing Food Waste in Hamilton

    The value of food loss and waste in Canada is estimated to be $31 billion a year. Of that amount, about half of the loss occurs before food makes it to people’s homes, while the other half is food that consumers throw out after purchasing. To put it into perspective, that is almost 30% of the value […]

  • 1959 Labour Day Parage

    Labour Pitches in to Help Hamilton Families

    Labour is a vital part of Hamilton’s history, culture and economic life. Dating back to the 1870’s and the Nine-Hour League, proud union members helped to build the city we live in today. When Hamilton Food Share was founded almost 30 years ago, it was with the financial assistance of the Steelworkers who helped get […]

  • Ticats tackle hunger and Argos on Labour Day

    Tackle Hunger with the Ticats

    The most anticipated football game of the season is 3 weeks away. The hometown Hamilton Tiger-Cats, sitting in 2nd place in the CFL Eastern division, take on their arch-rivals from Toronto. The Labour Day Classic is also the Purolator Tackle Hunger game for the Ticats. Started by Ticats legend Angelo Mosca, Hamilton Food Share and the […]