ST. FRANCIS FOOD TABLE
Serves approximately 3500 meals per month.  They serve the community 6 days a week requesting a one dollar donation per meal.  St. Francis Table seeks to enhance human dignity of those who are in need.

PARKDALE COMMUNITY FOOD BANK
PCFB serves up to 3,000 people a month using a shopping system, as opposed to the more common hamper system to maximize selection.  This system also respects the member’s various dietary needs.

PARKDALE ACTIVITY RECREATION CENTRE - Community Meal Program
The Community Meal Service program at PARC is only possible because of the $50,000 raised annually by Boulevard Club members. PARC also receives  generous in-kind food donations from Second Harvest and the Daily Bread Food Bank. City funding accounts for10¢/meal with another50¢/meal donated privately (Boulevard Club!) with the remaining $1.40/meal provided by in-kind food donations. 
PARC serves over 6,000 meals each month.


On November 16th, 2017, The Boulevard Club held its Annual Gala Fundraiser ‘James Bond - Casino Royale’ – an evening in support of  ‘The Food Project’, which include the efforts of three hard-working, grass-roots organizations in our Community. These are the Parkdale Community Food Bank, St. Francis Food Table and Parkdale Activity-Recreation Centre, Meal Program.

2016 - Enchanted Forest Gala
THE BOULEVARD CLUB GIVES BACK - ANNUAL GALA FUNDRAISER
On November 17th, 2016, the Boulevard Club hosted it's annual fundraiser.  This year the proceeds went towards grass-roots organizations within our community.  These were the Parkdale Activity Recreation Centre, St. Francis Food Table and the Parkdale Community Food Bank.  A presentation was made on January 18th, 2017 in the amount of $77,000.  Thank you very much to all those who assisted and to those who's generosity will make a difference. For more information, please see Enchanted Forest 2016.

December 14th, 2017  Presentation of Cheque to Parkdale Community Food Organizations - Parkdale Recreation Activity Centre - Meal Program, Parkdale Community Food Bank and to the St. Francis Table