Lotus Light Donates Food to UBC Student Club to Alleviate High Food Cost
Lotus Light Charity’s food program helps people in need in the community, including low-income seniors, students, women and homeless to fight food insecurity. Recently, Lotus Light donates over 1,000 grocery foods to UBC Student Club food club and community organizations to alleviate high food cost due to inflation.
According to recently news report, more and more university students turn to local foodbanks for help due to rising grocery cost inflation.
Kathleen Simpson who is the senior manager of Student Services at UBC, told media reporter that demand for the food bank at that school has risen by double or even triple every year since the start of COVID-19 Pandemic.
On Nov 21, Lotus Light donates more than 500 lbs. of grocery to UBC Sprouts, a student food club helping needed students and families.
Lotus Light also donate 500 lbs. to Distribution Hub and Vancouver Evelyne Saller Centre in DTES community to help low-income senior, women and homeless.
We welcome monetary and in-kind donations from generous individuals and corporate sponsors from all walks of life to support Lotus Light’s food program to help more people in the community. You could donate online with PayPal or credit card on our donation page (https://vllcs.org/en/donation-to-llcs/). For more information, please visit our website at www.vllcs.org, or contact us via phone at 604-685-5548, or email at email@example.com. The Lotus Light’s Charity Registration Number: BN 14110-4893-RR0001.