What I learned at Winnipeg Harvest was how they help out many families, and how they have 2 buildings, where the volenteers work and where the food is stored. Winnipeg Harvest helps homeless people and people below the poverty line. Winnipeg Harvest gets the food from people, stores/companies, and checks that some companies give them. the top 10 things on the Winnipeg Harvest list are:
1) Canned fish or poultry.
2) Canned fruit and vegetables.
3) Canned stew, chili, and brown beans.
4) Peanut butter.
5) Baby food.
6) Whole grain/wheat pasta.
8) Canned spaghetti sauce or tomatoes.
10) Canned soup.
When I volenteered at Winnipeg Harvest we made family packages and you had to put some kind of pasta, canned meat, canned fruit or vegetable, then a canned soup. Personally I enjoyed volenteering at Winnipeg Harvest because it made me feel like I helped out with a problem that could possibly be over.