The 19th once-a-year Peterborough Haliburton YWCA Empty Bowls fundraiser will choose location Feb. 25 at The Venue in downtown Peterborough.
Ticket holders will be ready to pick from a collection of handcrafted bowl donated by nearby artisans of the Kawartha Potters Guild and Kawartha Woodturners Guild and acquire a neighborhood restaurant coupon card.
Proceeds lifted will directly aid YWCA Nourish Food stuff programs to avert and relieve starvation in Peterborough city and county.
Very last year’s event raised $31,000 for the YWCA Nourish Foods courses.
Amongst 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., ticket holders will be capable to visit The Location at 286 George St. N. for a 30-moment time slot to look through and select a handcrafted donated bowl.
Tickets are on sale now for this year’s occasion.
Tickets are obtainable on-line at ywcapeterborough.org or by calling YWCA Peterborough Haliburton at 705-743-3526.
Each $50 ticket also consists of a cafe coupon card that includes reductions from participating area eating places and corporations, redeemable for 6 months, like Amandala’s, Baked 4U, Black Honey, Central Smith, New Dreams, Gerti’s, Naked Chocolate, Pastry Peddler, Sam’s Position, Stickling’s, That is A Wrap! and The Cheese Fromage.
“In Peterborough, 1 in seven homes are experiencing food items-insecurity,” stated YWCA’s Nourish manager Joëlle Favreau.
“Every ticket for YWCA Empty Bowls aids individuals and family members most at possibility of going through food items insecurity put refreshing, community, very affordable food items on their tables, even though also supporting the systemic modifications required to conclude food items insecurity and poverty.”
Vacant Bowls is a grassroots motion by artists and crafts folks in cities all-around the world to treatment for and feed the hungry in their communities. Once-a-year functions assist food stuff-relevant charitable companies, boosting tens of millions of pounds to support finish starvation and deal with foods insecurity.
YWCA Peterborough Haliburton collaborates with companies together with Peterborough Community Overall health and Peterborough GreenUP to guidance the generation of a community of areas committed to feeding on, cooking, escalating, and advocating for excellent foods through the metropolis and county.
“We’re incredibly grateful for the ongoing assist of our local community and our sponsors — such as Kawartha Cardiology Clinic, Cornerstone Family members Dentistry, and The Location — who certainly comprehend that food items insecurity is a critical health and fitness issue and a main barrier for gals experiencing gender-dependent violence,” mentioned YWCA govt director Kim Dolan.
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