HPFFA Supports the 2023 Cancer Assistance Program Walk

HPFFA Supports the 2023 Cancer Assistance Program Walk

On May 27th 2023, the HPFFA supported the Cancer Assistance Program during their annual CARE Walk. We were proud to make a donation of $6200 which will go towards supplies, transportation, and mobility devices for those going through cancer treatments. To find out...
Comfort Bears Open House Celebration

Comfort Bears Open House Celebration

As a founding sponsor of Comfort Bears, the HPFFA is proud to support their newest venture. We were happy to attend the grand opening of their first brick and mortar location. This will help the staff at Comfort Bears continue to provide over 3500 bears to the...
#eatAbeet raises over $25,000 for Food4Kids Hamilton

#eatAbeet raises over $25,000 for Food4Kids Hamilton

We’ve launched our new website. All member accounts have been migrated from the old website. Members should be able to login using the same username and password from the previous website. If you have difficulties logging in, use the “Lost your...
#eatAbeet for Food4Kids Hamilton starts January 28

#eatAbeet for Food4Kids Hamilton starts January 28

The 2022 #eatAbeet Challenge starts on January 28.  Have you #GotBeets yet?  Check out this story from CHCH and below for all the details: In 2021, it all started with a Food4Kids Hamilton t-shirt that said “Together we can beet childhood hunger” with an...
HPFFA & the Good Shepherd helping families during the holidays

HPFFA & the Good Shepherd helping families during the holidays

Good Shepherd has been a compassionate presence in the Hamilton area for 60 years. Good Shepherd services include emergency food and clothing; daily hot meals; emergency shelters for men, youth, families, women and children; transitional housing and education for...
#eatAbeet Coming Soon!

#eatAbeet Coming Soon!

In 2021, it all started with a Food4Kids Hamilton t-shirt that said “Together we can beet childhood hunger” with an image of a beet instead of the word “beat”.  The #eatAbeet campaign challenged Hamiltonians to eat a beet (raw, cooked, pickled, canned,...