The well-known sandwich franchise prepped, packed and provided hundreds of meal boxes as part of its annual convention.
Subway developers, employees, suppliers and franchise owners came together after its yearly Global Convention in Toronto to donate 750 boxes of meals to the city’s North York Harvest Food Bank, according to QSR Magazine.
Along with donating meals to Toronto’s central food bank, Subway donated more than 1,000 pounds of fresh food to local shelters in the city and $10,000 to Food Bank Canada, which equals more than 30,000 meals, the article said.
“Our core values are community, family and opportunity, and Team Subway is a caring group that is always looking to do our part to support our communities,” said Michele DiNello, vice president for communications, public relations and events at Subway, according to QSR.
The popular sandwich shop has national partnerships in North America with Feeding America and Food Banks Canada. The Subway World Headquarters is known for giving back to communities in need and “regularly supports local food banks, shelters and hunger-eliminating programs,” the article said.
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