Food insecurity has touched the lives of so many Toronto residents over the years, and it's only been made worse by the brutal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic — which is precisely why a group of concerned community members set out to collect as many non-perishable food items as possible for the city's very first Toronto Miracle food drive.
How you can take part in Toronto Miracle’s doorstep donation event
Looking for some good news? Toronto Miracle is helping to combat food shortages in the city of Toronto by asking all 140 neighbours to simply leave food donations by their front doors. ZNews Videographer Sean Stante has more...
The holiday season is upon us and for many, it's also the season of giving. A grassroots effort is counting on that spirit of generosity. The Toronto Miracle is a food drive unlike anything that's been attempted in the city before. It asks Torontonians to leave one non-perishable food item on their doorstep Dec. 5. Marivel Taruc spoke with the event’s organizers about how it’ll work and their hopes to ease food insecurity in our city.
Q107's Joanne Wilder interviews Jordan Mlynek from Toronto Miracle and how people can get involved in this amazing project.