Trick or Eat 2013 Results!

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Thank you for a spooktacular Trick or Eat!

We hope everyone’s post-Trick or Eat recovery is going well! At the MX office, we’ve put away our costumes, tallied up our results, and are now ready to share them with you. But why tell you, when we can...show you!

Yes, that’s right, thanks to the dedication and support of participants like yourself, we were able to raise a total of $475,000 worth of food and over $19,000 worth of funds to support local food agencies across Canada, the US, and even a food agency in Melbourne! We’ll be sharing some of the photos from Trick or Eat campaigns across the land on our Facebook page, so stay tuned.

We’d also like to recognize our prize winners for Trick or Eat 2013!

Prize Category Winner
Two tickets anywhere WestJet flies Draw: Every $25 raised  = 1 ballot Luke M.
One-year GoodLife Fitness membership Draw of anyone who registers Olivia S.
$50 Winners gift card (10) Week of Winning draw (2), Social Media draw (3), and 2nd – 6th highest fundraisers (5) Amanjot G., Hailey S.; Kristen A., Areum J., Andrew M.,; Natasha C.l, Pam T., Claire K., Katie C.,  and Sulara G.
One night stay at any Delta Hotels & Resorts Top Fundraiser Vinosha J.
3M gift basket Organizer survey draw Gayathri W.
Dermalogica gift basket & treatment Top Workplace Campaign Jennifer K.
$150 U-Haul gift certificate Education Quiz Emily M.
$100 Ethical Ocean gift certificate Organizer Competition for the most participants registered by Oct. 14 Gayathri W.
Signed Raptors Basketball Week of Winning Draw Paige W.
1:FaceWatch (2) Photo Contest Randa A. & Ali Y.
Signed Arkells CD & T-shirt (5) Week of Winning Draw Pengyi Q., Jaqueline D., Paige R., Alice B., and Jessica K.


On behalf of everyone at Meal Exchange, congratulations to all of the winners!

Our success with Trick or Eat is thanks to all the time, effort, passion and generosity that our Trick or Eat organizers, volunteers, participants and households bring to the campaign, and to them we would like to extend a very heart-felt thank you.

Trick or Eat is often the first step many individuals take in addressing food problems on their campus and in their community, and we hope to stay in touch with you throughout your journey. To find out more about the next steps you can take in improving your community food system, take a look at What We Do, and if you’d like to get involved or have any questions, get in touch with us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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