By Gwendolyn Richards for the Calgary Herald
May 7, 2014
A charitable program that makes helping the hungry as easy as picking up a fork has added 10 more Calgary restaurants to its roster.
The addition of 10 new restaurants brings the total to more than 20 in Calgary participating in Mealshare, which helps feed the hungry here in the city and internationally.
The program is simple; every time a diner orders a dish denoted as a Mealshare item at a partner restaurant, a meal is provided to those at the Calgary Drop-In Centre and the international Save the Children organization. Participating restaurants pay a portion of proceeds from those dishes marked with the logo.
Launched in July by Jeremy Bryant and Andrew Hall, Mealshare continues to grow. The program just suprassed 35,000 meals shared.
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