Our Actions


Throughout the year, Sodexo employees around the world join forces to alleviate hunger. The month of April is dedicated to service and volunteering. During Servathon, we serve meals, collect non-perishable food, and host hot dog days, bake sales and a variety of other activities.

On 2019 Servathon, we had more than 340 volunteer hours, that translated into 4,873 meals served and $11,374 raised.

Group of Stop Hunger Volunteers

Our Fredericton colleagues at the University of New Brunswick staged their “Stuff a Truck” event. They filled a truck with recyclable glass bottles worth $589.40 for the Stop Hunger Foundation.

Another 12-volunteering team at Marymound in Winnipeg served a full meal to 150 at-risk youth in partnership with our client IG Wealth Management. (picture) 

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One of our teams in Northern Manitoba at Keeyask Camp, even held a giant community barbeque for Indigenous neighbours in Fort Chipewyan where food and equipment were airlifted to reach the northern hamlet.

2020 Hero of Everyday Life Award

This award recognizes outstanding Sodexo employees who help reduce hunger in their communities. Heroes of Everyday Life Awards are open to all Sodexo Canada employees including our front line. Remember that you can nominate yourself.

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2019 Heroes of Everyday Life Award

Three outstanding volunteers from Ottawa, Northern Manitoba and Sherbrooke were honoured with the Hero of Everyday Life award by Sodexo Canada's Stop Hunger Foundation. The award recognizes commitment and leadership in local actions that combat hunger. Jennifer Merrett, Taneesha Greaves and Trudy MacKenzie were each presented with awards plus a grant of $2,000 for their charity of choice.


From left to right: Eric Larocque, District Manager; Taneesha Greaves, Retail Manager; Suzanne Bergeron, President; Jennifer Merrett, Director of Food and Beverages; Normand St-Gelais, Director of Corporate Responsibility; and Trudy McKenzie Lessard, Bishop's University.



The Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation has launched the new online Goodness Platform, a volunteering platform that connects Sodexo employees with in-person and online opportunities to serve in their community and continue fighting hunger. 

If you are a Sodexo employee interested in using the Goodness Platform visit the Stop Hunger page on SodexoNet or contact us for more details.

If you are a non-profit organization fighting hunger you can register to the Goodness Platform following these steps.

Ready to do more good for a hunger-free world? Stay tune for our volunteering stories comming soon!

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