Growing Partners

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Growing Partners

For more than 40 years, Canadian food producers have contributed to a world without hunger by partnering with Canadian Foodgrains Bank.  

You can become a Growing Partner too!

Whether you grow crops, farm livestock, or harvest a vineyard, growers like you can make a difference. As you contribute to our growing partners fund, you’ll become part of a nationwide community of food producers who believe in the mission of ending global hunger.   

How will your donations be used? During a time of crisis, such as a violent conflict or severe drought, your donation helps people access food. In places with more stability, donations are used to help improve livelihoods, such as training small-scale farmers on how to improve their yields while dealing with erratic weather. 

If you’re interested in becoming a growing partner, donate below. If you would prefer to mail in a cheque, please write “Growing Partners” in the memo line: 

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Canadian Foodgrains Bank is deeply conscious of the trust placed in us by thousands of Canadians in ensuring your gifts are used wisely. Thanks for partnering with us in the work of ending global hunger.

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Become a Growing Partner

From British Columbia all the way across the country to Newfoundland and Labrador, it’s because of people who choose to share their harvest with the world that we’re able to help people who are living with hunger. 

How does this work?  

Food producers set aside a portion of their product and donate the proceeds when they sell.

What’s your impact? 

Lives are changed! You may never meet the people you help, but we hear their stories. Stories of mothers who no longer worry about what they will feed their children when their crops are failing because of a prolonged drought. Fathers who don’t need to live away from the family to try and send money home, because now their yields are abundant.  

Thanks for being a Growing Partner. 


Farmer hand holding grain kernels

Nsimire Mugoli plants maize and bean seeds that were included with the familys emergency food ration.