When:
November 1, 2014 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
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Where:
Britannia Ship Yards
5180 Westwater Drive
Richmond, BC V7E 6S2
Canada
Cost:
$45
Contact:
Richmond Food Security Society
604-244-7377

Saturday November 1 | 6-9 pm
Chinese Bunkhouse
5180 Westwater Drive, Richmond
604-244-7377

Featuring a locally-sourced appetizer buffet showcasing the season’s harvest, served at one of the last surviving bunkhouses in the Pacific Northwest.  Join us for a delectable lesson in Richmond’s unique food history.

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The autumn harvest is upon us, and so is the Richmond Food Security Society Fall Fundraiser!

We are pleased to present Harold Steves–family farmer, Richmond city councillor and one of the founding fathers of BC’s Agricultural Land Reserve–as our featured speaker for the evening. Join us and Mayor Malcolm Brodie for a rare opportunity to learn about Richmond’s food histories, through one of our most unique heritage sites.

Proceeds from our fundraiser will support our programs, including the Stir It Up community Kitchen for at-risk youth, the Good Food Access Program, and the Richmond Fruit Recovery Project.

When: Saturday, November 1st, 6-9 pm

Where: Chinese Bunkhouse, Britannia Shipyard (5180 Westwater Dr., Richmond) 

For tickets, please visit: rfssfundraiser.bpt.me 
Have to miss out? One-time Donations are also accepted at the link above!

Raffle Prizes include:

  • Four rounds of golf to Country Meadows Course ($120 value)
  • Dinner for two at Blue Canoe & Steveston Seafood House ($100 value)
  • Sustainable dining experience by Forage Restaurant at The Listel Hotel
  • …and more!

True to our work, we are gathering supporters around the dinner table to eat, share and talk about food.  We are pleased serve local and sustainable food creations by Chef Daniela Iaci.

Come and show your support for a healthy and food secure community!

Seats are limited, get your tickets early: rfssfundraiser.bpt.me

About the Richmond Food Security Society

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to creating fair and sustainable food systems that support our community’s well-being for years to come.  Since 2009, the Richmond Food Security Society has been building a community where everyone can access and enjoy nutritious foods in dignified ways.  Come and find out what we have planned for 2014, including a Good Food Box program for families and low-income individuals and the first ever Food Charter for Richmond.  Visit www.richmondfoodsecurity.org to learn more.