Food Recovery

Lotus Light Distributes over 2,000 lbs of Veggie Burgers to Help People in Need

Lotus Light Distributes over 2,000 lbs of Veggie Burgers to Help People in Need

Just at the end of March, Lotus Light received 2.5 pallets over 2,000 lbs of vegan steaks from the Very Good Butchers, a generous donor and distributed to 12 organizations who are helping vulnerable groups.

Recipients organizations includes Collingwood Neighbourhood House, Belkin House, Covenant House, DTES Distribution Hub, Aboriginal Front Door Society, Chinese Community Policing Centre, First United Church, UBC Sprout Student Food Bank, SFU Student Centre, Grace Mansion, Crab Park Homeless and  DTES Seniors & Low Income Families.

“We are so grateful for the boxes of plant-based meat that you so kindly shared with our community and we are further distributing the boxes of vegan steaks across our programs to continue on in the spirit of equity and sharing.” Grace Wampold, Families Branching Out, Food Hamper Manager wrote in her Thank You letter.

For further information about Lotus Light Charity Society’s programs, please contact, or visit our website at  In the spirit of its motto “Through caring and learning, we help to build a better tomorrow,” Lotus Light Charity Society (Vancouver) is a registered non-profit charity dedicated to helping the most vulnerable in our local community (non-profit registration # BN14110-4893-RR0001).



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