Provincial Food Distribution
• We collect 10 million dollars worth of product to the network every year
• We provide delivery to all food banks in NB
• We maintain a 15 000 square food storage warehouse with industrial capacity refrigeration
• Supporting 22 000 visits to food banks each month in New Brunswick
• Providing 5000 breakfasts to schools daily
• Supporting Local farms through a local food buying strategy!
Join our Network!
Are you a food security organization providing food to people in your community in the province of New Brunswick? Are you responding to a need in food security programming? (i.e. meal program)
The New Brunswick Food Depot Alimentaire is the provincial association of food banks for Food Banks Canada, supporting a national network of over 3000 food banks, kitchens, shelters, and nonprofits supporting food security across the country.
Currently, New Brunswick has 62 member agencies.
- Joining this network provides your organization with the opportunity to access provincial and national -food supply purchases and donations free of charge
- food retail program gives access to food recovery initiatives for member agencies
- funding opportunities through grants, specified donations, and national campaigns
- Support through network standards, communications, and sharing of best practices among members.
- Access to Link2Feed database system at free of charge
At the NBFDA we support close collaboration and sharing of resources between agencies. Our application to the membership is two-tiered.
The initial inquiry will allow our Advisory Committee to review the organization’s needs and location and determine whether the organization has the potential to partner with a local food bank as a “satellite” to receive support. The local food bank or agency would then provide administration support, donations, and access to services through their own membership.
The criteria for review includes
- Location and proximity of local food bank or current member agency
- Description of programs, number of people served and evaluate possible duplication of services
- Identify barriers to access within community for certain populations (BIPOC, religion etc)
- Identify capacity within community and potentials for partnerships
The final inquiry will be in the form of a proposal requesting more detailed information about your organization’s governance, operations, statistics, and programming.
Annual Membership Fees:
$250 Small food bank – 1-299 individuals served
$500 Medium food bank – 300-599 individuals served
Food Depot Alimentaire is operated by a Board of Directors, a small staff and a large group of volunteers.
Dale Hicks – President
Gary Jamieson – Vice President
Francis Melanson – Treasurer
Honorary Board Members
Food Depot Alimentaire Staff
Vacant – Executive Director
Ian Harvey – Administrator
Steve MacIntyre – Director of Warehouse Operations
Ken Canning – Food Procurement & Transportation Logistics
Natalia Startsev – Inventory Controls
Don Killam – Provincial Transport Driver
Paul Henri – Student Nutrition Transport Driver
Tony Gerbert – Local Transport Driver
Nick Freeman – Forklift Operator
Max Walters- warehouse/ forklift operator
Donna Eagles – 5050 Coordinator
Kristine McNeil – 5050 Coordinator
Carrie Delaney – Membership Coordinator
FOOD DEPOT WEEKLY 50/50 GOLDRUSH DRAW
We all have heard how it “takes a village to raise a child”, well in that same vain we believe it “takes a community to feed its hungry”.
How Does the Food Depot 50/50 GOLDRUSH Draw Work?
- This is different from a 50/50 Draw…
- You must be registered to play and will remain in the draw every week until you deactivate your account online or we are advised to deactivate your account.
- There are two options to play:
- IN PERSON at a retail outlet:
- Register to play by providing your name and phone number at any of the retail outlets listed below and you will be assigned a TICKET NUMBER which will also be your PLAYER /ACCOUNT NUMBER. You can then purchase tickets. There is no minimum purchase requirement per transaction other than your $2.00 ticket.
- If you are a resident of the Province of New Brunswick, you are able to register and purchase your tickets ONLINE at www.FDA5050.com, by providing your name, address, phone number and email address. Players will be assigned a TICKET/PLAYER/ACCOUNT NUMBER. You can then purchase tickets.
- Any email address can only be associated with ONE Player. (You cannot use the same email address for different players)
- There is a minimum total purchase of $10.00 per transaction which can be used to purchase tickets on the current and/or future draws.
- At the start of each weekly draw, ONE ticket with your TICKET NUMBER on it will be entered into the draw.
- On draw day, a ticket is chosen using a random number generator and it is identified via the 50/50 Goldrush automated software if that ticket number was purchased that week.
- If it was purchased, the player associated with that ticket would be a WINNER and collect one-half of the Goldrush Jackpot.
- If it was NOT purchased, then the player associated with that ticket would be a NON-WINNER, collect zero and the entire Goldrush Jackpot would roll over to the next week.
- The process then repeats itself the following week.
- Players DO NOT have to be at home at the time of the draw to win. We will continue to reach out to connect with the winners (up to 12 months from the draw date) and do not draw another ticket.
- The purchase of 3/$5.00 activates the ticket already in play and activates two additional tickets for a total of three chances to win on that draw; and a 10/$10.00 purchase activates the ticket in play and activates an additional nine tickets for a total of ten chances to win on that draw. (Same for 25/$20, etc.)
- The “- #” after each ticket number on the player’s ticket indicates the individual number of tickets for that draw.
- There is no limit on the number of tickets that can be purchased.
- Players are to be 19 years of age or will require their parent authorization to claim any prize money.
- It is the Player’s responsibility to keep their contact information current. YOUR TICKET NUMBER REMAINS IN EVERY DRAW UNTIL WE ARE ADVISED TO REMOVE IT OR IT IS DEACTIVED BY THE PLAYER THROUGH THE www.FDA5050.com WEBSITE.
Where Do You Register and Play Each Week?
- Players can purchase their ticket(s) at any of the following locations at any time.
- IN MONCTON: Any NEEDS Convenience; AC Convenience; Salisbury Road PetroCan; Westmount Service Center; Circle K St George Blvd; Lakeside Convenience; Caledonia Industrial Park Shell; Horseman Road Shell; Lyons Country Store, Lutes Mountain
- IN RIVERVIEW: NEEDS Convenience; The Rite Stop; Riverview Circle K; Point Park PetroCan
- IN DIEPPE: Dieppe Shell Blvd Adelard Savoie; Dieppe Blvd Ultramar
- IN SHEDIAC: Belliveau Grocery/Gas Bar; Vestiaire St Joseph and Wilsons Gas Stop
- IN SACKVILLE: Circle K Irving
- IN RICHIBUCTO: NEEDS Convenience
- IN PORT ELGIN: NEEDS Convenience
Can Players Purchase Tickets in Advance or Online?
- You are able to purchase tickets for future draws at any of the locations listed above and/or online for up to one year (52 weeks). Ticket purchase STARTS on the date of the purchase.
- You can also purchase additional tickets on the current draw at any time.
- Tickets are available for purchase online at www.FDA5050.com.
When Is The Draw?
- The draw will occur every Wednesday afternoon at 1:00 pm. If draw date falls on a statuary holiday, the draw will occur the following day.
- The winner will be contacted by phone and the name of the winner or non-winner is posted on the terminal screen at each retail location until the next draw as well as on our website, Facebook Page and Twitter Account.
How Do I Change My Name or Contact Information or Withdraw From The Draw?
- It is the player’s responsibility to keep their contact information current.
You can update your account information by contacting us at (506) 875-1958 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or to have your draw number suspended indefinitely; otherwise, your number will be registered and in play indefinitely.
(Lottery License # 0432818 164 001)
for supporting this draw that helps us help so many families in our communities!
Our weekly 50/50 draw gives us a steady stream of revenue that – in addition to buying food – helps pay the administrative costs not covered by donations and/or grants.
Once you register at one of our designated locations, you may purchase individual tickets for $2 each, three tickets for $5 or 10 tickets for $10. Public draws are held Wednesdays at 1:00 pm at the distribution centre and the winners are contacted shortly afterwards.
Please note that you must pay a minimum of $2 each week to activate a ticket. Otherwise, it will be considered a non-winning ticket if drawn. Your name will remain in the draw each week until you deactivate your account.
The more tickets you buy, the greater your chances of winning!
Players can purchase their ticket(s) at any of the following locations.
Any of the Needs convenience stores located in Moncton, Riverview, Richibucto, and Port Elgin. Other locations include:
IN MONCTON: AC Convenience, PetroCan Salisbury Road, Westmount Service Center and Lakeside Convenience, Caledonia Industrial Park Shell and Horseman Road Shell
IN RIVERVIEW: The Rite Stop, Circle K Riverview, Point Park PetroCan
IN DIEPPE: Dieppe Shell Blvd Adelard Savoie and Dieppe Blvd Ultramar
IN SHEDIAC: Belliveau Grocery, Vestiaire St Joseph and Gas Bar, and Wilsons Gas Stop
IN SACKVILLE: Circle K Irving in Sackville
This past year alone, individual donations have helped us feed more than 1,100,000 people, 30,000 of whom were families. Learn how to to make your own contribution in How to Help and keep an eye on our calendar for upcoming fundraisers!
Charity Golf Tournaments
Come join the fun! Each year, we’re proud to host both the Harvest Cup Charity Classic and the Caledonia Cup for Hunger Awareness. Raise funds for those less fortunate while enjoying great food, great laughs and great friends. Check our calendar for upcoming dates and get in touch to register your team, become a sponsor, donate an auction item or for any other information.
Christmas Aid Program
Ensuring that 1,800 families receive the joy of a traditional Christmas dinner and food to sustain them throughout the holidays is no small feat, and we’re continually astounded by the number of volunteers and local businesses who volunteer their time to make donations and deliver boxes for our Christmas Aid Program.
“Overall, this is our biggest project of the year in terms of funds required and food
distributed” says FDA vice president and project coordinator Carla Ayles.
“Just the number of volunteers alone is surprising. To
day activity but in reality, this is a two-month project from start to finish”.
Registration for a Christmas box takes place each year from the end of October to mid- December. If you’re interested, please contact the distribution centre or Peter McKee Community Food Centre. All donations can be made during our Sue
For many New Brunswickers and Canadians, hunger is a real challenge that they must face in their daily lives.
On average, Moncton’s two community kitchens serve 740 meals to men, women and children each day.
In this past year, we have…..
- Supplied food banks and soup kitchens with more than 2.5 million pounds of food.
- Served more than 1,100,000 meals, 30,000 of which were served to families. Out of these 30,000 families, a little more than 40,000 adults and 18,000 children under the age of 18 were fed.
- Logged more than 20,000 volunteer hours at our distribution centre. This doesn’t include the numerous volunteers at individual food banks.
Student Nutrition Program
Our student nutrition program is:
- Available free of charge to ALL schools in Francophone and Anglophone that are located in the Greater Moncton area
- Bulk purchasing and storing capacity through a central Hub
- Gives students access to a nutritious breakfast on a daily basis
- Support with program resources and opportunities for equipment grants through Breakfast Clubs of Canada
Schools with access to the Student Nutrition Program
4. Port Elgin
5. Marshview Middle
7. Salisbury (Tony)
9. Shediac Cape
10. Rexton Elementary
11. Eleanor W Graham Middle
12. Forest Glen
14. Edith Cavell
15. Sunny Brae
17. Bernice MacNaughton
18. Le Sommet
19. Le Mascaret
20. Mountain View Irishtown
22. Hillsborough Elementary (Tony)
23. Caledonia High Lunch (Tony)
24. Riverside Consolidated (Tony)
25. Queen Elizabeth
27. Harrison Trimble
29. Magnetic Hill
31. Ecole Champlain
32. West Riverview
33. Riverview Middle
34. Frank L Bowser
35. Riverview East
36. Riverview High
38. Moncton High
39. Lou McNairen
Food Recovery Program
Together we can make Moncton a zero waste city
In October 2016, in partnership with Food Banks Canada and the City of Moncton, the Food Depot Alimentaire launched their Greater Moncton Food Recovery Program! The FRP is a collaborative program made up of 7 agencies across Greater Moncton who benefit from food recovered products on a weekly basis. The Food Depot Alimentaire facilitates the program by gathering retail partners to donate their food once it is ready to be pulled from the shelves, including meat, fish, produce and dairy. Our refrigerated vehicles
Together we can make Greater Moncton a ZERO waste city!
Our Participating Retailers: Sobeys, Atlantic Superstore, Atlantic Wholesale Cash & Carry and Costco.
Food Recovery Program Partners
Food Recovery Program Information
The Food Depot Alimentaire in partnership with the City of Moncton, Food Banks Canada and local non-profit food agencies have identified the need for a centralized city-wide Food Recovery Program.
Listed Members of the Food Recovery Program
- Peter McKee Food Centre (Food Bank)
- Karing Kitchen (Meals)
- Ray of Hope Kitchen (Meals)
- Maison Nazareth (Meals)
- Crossroads for Women (Meals and Pantry)
- Harvest House (No Meat Product, Meals)
- Salvation Army Moncton (Pantry)
- Second Mile (Food Bank)
- Albert County (Food Bank)
- Youth Quest (Pantry)
- John Howard Society (Meals)
- United Way / Inspiration Café (Senior Meals)
- St. George Church (Breakfast)
- Reduce food waste specifically fresh foods in local area grocery stores and markets
- A centralized system to bring efficiencies and reduce workload for retailers and NPOs
- Create transportation logistics and reduce carbon food-print
- Increase food safety by keeping the cold chain, and proper warehouse storage
- Increase food security for individuals and families who need the food
Year-End Financial Report
Year-End Financial Report
Year-End Financial Report