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Gift Baskets

Raising funds to support FoodShare's programming, the ShareBasket is filled with delicious home made goodies, sourced from local farms and prepared with care in FoodShare’s kitchen.


When planning a special thank you, a get well, a gift for a new parent, or a house warming, feel good knowing that a ShareBasket is a gift two times. The ShareBaskets feature a selection of homemade favourites from the FoodShare pantry. Though the contents of the baskets will vary with the seasons, baskets will always include seasonal and local jams, granola, chutney, a pickled vegetable, house favourite jerk sauce, tea and a selection of cookies. The ShareTrays are loaded with cookies and easy to grab goodies, just right for office sharing.

Prices for baskets trays and trays baskets are $50, $90 or $130 for the Deluxe ShareTote by Fluf Textile Goods Inc., and all are entitled to a charitable tax receipt for a portion of the cost. ShareBaskets and ShareTrays are available for pick up and delivery in Toronto. ShareTotes can be shipped anywhere in Canada.

To place your order, or for more information contact Alvin Rebick: 416.363.6441 x251 or email alvin@foodshare.net.


FoodShare's ShareTote


FoodShare's ShareTray



Sales of FoodShare gift baskets support a variety of Kitchen Programs including: the Good Food Café, Community Kitchens and Baby & Toddler nutrition

Upcoming Events

FoodShare Academy: Making Jams with Sybil Pinnock
September 18, 2015

Using fresh fall strawberries, you will learn jam making and canning techniques with Sybil Pinnock. She will teach you how to pick the right fruit, preparation of the fruit and of jars, and give experienced advice on different recipes for jams. All participants will have hands on opportunities to learn from start to finish and take home jars of jam.

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FoodShare Academy: Putting the Garden to Bed
October 8, 2015

Give your garden the best possible start in 2016! Learn what to do to clean up your garden and prepare it for the next season so that you can hit the ground running in the spring.

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Season Extension: Growing Vegetables Beyond the Summer
October 15, 2015

Earn the envy of your friends and neighbours as you continue to harvest fresh vegetables from your garden even when there is snow on the ground! In this workshop you will learn inexpensive ways to keep your garden productive longer, and to get a head start in the spring.

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