Greenfield Cares donates to Kincardine Food Bank

The Kincardine Foodbank has received $8,000 as part of a commitment by Greenfield Global to help local communities impacted by COVID-19. The company’s newly established Greenfield Cares Fund will be directing 41 grants totalling $400,000 to local charities in eleven communities where Greenfield Global employees live and work.


Greenfield Global committed $8,000 to help the local food bank near the company’s Tiverton facility

The Kincardine Food Bank provides perishable and non-perishable food items to hungry families, many of whom are facing hardships due to COVID-19.

“These are incredibly challenging times, and we are committed to supporting local organizations that are helping those being hardest hit by COVID-19,” said Jim Murr, plant manager at Greenfield’s Tiverton facility. “Through the Greenfield Cares Fund, we are pleased to be supporting the phenomenal work being done by the Kincardine Foodbank and are thankful for their positive impact in the community where we proudly live and work.”

Since the start of the global pandemic, Greenfield has played a leading role in supplying vital alcohol needed for hand sanitizers used to combat the deadly disease. Through the Greenfield Cares Fund, donations will support local organizations that provide essential services, including; hunger relief, shelter assistance, and support for hospitals and frontline workers.

“We appreciate this donation from Greenfield and the strong sense of community behind it.”, said Pat Stewart “The support of Greenfield Global, and all members of our business community, are instrumental in ensuring our ability to feed the most venerable among us as especially amidst additional hardships brought on by the pandemic.”

Donations can be made by cheque or cash at the Food Bank. 415 Russell St. N2Z-2A9. Or by e transfer to We also appreciate any food donations. We say, “if you would put it in your cupboard, we will put it in ours”.