Our National Partner


In 2020, Sodexo Canada's Stop Hunger Foundation made the decision to develop a 5-year national partnership with Breakfast Club of Canada by donating $100,000 per year until 2025, as their mission aligned perfectly with ours: to develop initiatives that would provide greater access to healthy food options for children across the country and therefore, build healthier communities.

At the Stop Hunger Foundation, we believe it is possible to fight hunger by implementing initiatives well beyond food aid. We believe that it is through education, training, mentoring and the creation of food self-sufficiency projects that we will be able to help as many people as possible who suffer from food insecurity. For Breakfast Club of Canada, providing a nutritious breakfast every morning helps children stay focused at school, have a better educational experience and feel supported by a caring community. This simple gesture has a significant impact on a child's learning ability, reduces hunger-related stress, increases attendance and punctuality and improves behavior, all of which help children reach their full potential.

Breakfast Club of Canada currently supports more than 257,700 children in 1,887 clubs across the country. Of these, more than 34,000 children are supported through 282 clubs in Indigenous Communities. In addition, the organization promotes a culturally sensitive approach to the food traditions, preferences and nutritional needs of each community, which is perfectly aligned with our values at Sodexo. We are proud to partner with Breakfast Club of Canada and hope that together we can make a significant impact on as many children as possible across the country in the communities where we operate.



Our Food Rescue Partners

Food rescue is an effective way to eliminate waste while helping those in need. The Stop Hunger Foundation prioritizes the Second Harvest and La Tablée des Chefs programs for food rescue. If you are a Sodexo employee and have any questions regarding the use of these programs, please contact us.

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Our Local Partners

As part of the Servathon, it's important for Sodexo teams to support organizations that do amazing work in their communities. Our units put a lot of effort into volunteering, fundraising and food drives for the following organizations:

Nova Scotia

  • Antigonish Community Food Bank Society
  • Berwick Food Bank Association

  • Feed Nova Scotia

  • Fundy Interchurch Food Bank

  • Student Food Resource Centre of St. Francis Xavier University

  • Wolfville Area Interchurch Council



  • Fredericton Community Kitchen Inc.

  • Greener Village

  • Romero House Inc.

  • West Side Food Bank



  • Chez Doris

  • Centre des Aînés du Réseau d'Entraide de Saint-Léonard

  • Centre d’Action Bénévole Valcourt et Région

  • Cornerstone Food Bank (Hope Community Church)

  • Dans la rue

  • Food Bank of Quebec

  • Fondation Rock Guertin

  • L'Oeuvre des samaritains

  • Moisson Montréal

  • Resilience Montreal

  • The Portage Program for Drug Dependencies Inc



  • Basket Brigade Canada

  • Canadian Women’s Foundation

  • Canadian Feed the Children

  • Daily Bread Food Bank

  • Food4Kids – Halton

  • Food For Life

  • Hamilton Jewish Family Services

  • Mikinakoos Children's Fund

  • Ottawa Food Bank

  • Ottawa Mission

  • Shepherd of Good hope

  • Skills for Change Metro Toronto



  • Canadian Foodgrains Bank Association Inc.

  • Harvest Manitoba

  • Grunthal Caring Hands Food Bank Inc.

  • Siloam Mission Inc.

  • Winnipeg Harvest



  • Regina Food Bank
  • Saskatoon Food Bank Incorporated

  • Saskatoon Indian Metis Frienship Centre

  • Saskatoon Tribal Council (White Buffalo Youth Lodge)



  • Calgary Food Bank

  • Centre for Hope Non-Profit Society of Fort McMurray

  • Roman Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Calgary - Feed the Hungry

  • Soup Sisters

  • Wood Buffalo Food Bank Association


British Columbia

  • Backpack Buddies

  • Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society

  • Langley Food Bank Society

  • The Salvation Army Vancouver Habour Light