Quality Foods grocery bags help local food banks

The Alberni Valley News is pleased to team up with Quality Foods once again for a much-needed food drive for the Bread of Life soup kitchen

In today’s edition of the Alberni Valley News you’ll notice a brown paper grocery bag from Quality Foods.

The Alberni Valley News is pleased to team up with Quality Foods once again for a much-needed food drive for the Bread of Life soup kitchen, which also supplies food to people in need.

Bags may be left in the Bread of Life bin at Quality Foods or can be dropped off at the Bread of Life on Third Avenue during their regular operating hours.

“Quality Foods is a huge support to Bread of Life,” says operator Cindy Sjoholm.

Shoppers can also donate their QF points to the Bread of Life at the till, and can donate points in the form of turkey vouchers for Christmas.

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