Toronto, Ontario, Canada News Release
December 21, 2010
Toronto Emergency Medical Services and Toronto Paramedic Association deliver ambulances full of donated food to Daily Bread Food Bank
Today at 10:30 a.m., City of Toronto Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and Toronto Paramedic Association (TPA) volunteers will deliver thousands of pounds of donated food to Toronto’s Daily Bread Food Bank.
This is the fifth year of the Toronto EMS-TPA food drive. Toronto EMS staff and their families have been extremely generous each year with their contributions to this worthy cause. Last year’s donations filled two ambulances and a multi-patient bus.
Date: Tuesday, December 21
Time: 10:30 to 11 a.m.
Location: Toronto Daily Bread Food Bank warehouse, 191 New Toronto St.
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