Monday, January 24, 2011

Winnipeg Harvest

What I learned from Winnipeg Harvest is that they help poor families who are in need of food across Winnipeg and that those food that they donate really helps heaps and heaps of people. Winnipeg Harvest usually gets its food supplies from people who are willing to donate, different Supermarkets and different stores too.

Some of the items that are needed in Winnipeg Harvest are:
  • Canned Fish or Poultry
  • Canned Fruits and Vegetables
  • Canned Stew, Chili or Brown Beans
  • Baby Food
  • Whole Grain or Whole Wheat Pasta
  • Peanut Butter ( Light)
  • Rice
  • Canned Spaghetti Sauce or Tomatoes
  • Cereal
  • Canned Soup

I can honestly say that I've been to Winnipeg Harvest before, because during the summer I've been volunteering with Jocelle and Kathryn, so it was no biggie, but this time it was a different job so I experienced something new. I remembered us making those Family Packages/ Emergency kits where we need to put in a box of pasta, canned vegetable, canned fruit and a soup in a small plastic bag. We also have to pack them up in larger bags and like make a stack of them in a small stage, so it was practically a tiring work but a fun one also (;


  1. Great job Trish,
    I like how you explained what the Winnipeg Harvest is and how they help people. I also liked how you put who donates and what they donate. It was also good that you put what you did before and what you have just done. Keep up the good work.

  2. Good Job Trish! I liked how you explained the things you experienced and the your past experience. Keep up the Goodwork!

  3. Good job Trish! I liked how your paragraphs are neat, well written and organized! :) Keep up the great work.

  4. Good job Trish! Your paragraphs are well and neatly done. It's also organized properly. Next time, try to add pictures of you at Winnipeg Harvest. Anyways, keep up the good work!

  5. Good job. I like how you explaned what Winnipeg Harvest does and how they help others in need. But next time you should add some pictures.

  6. Great job, Trish! I liked how you put a lot of effort into your paragraphs. Maybe add a picture next time. Keep it up!

  7. Sorry Guys! I'll add it later, I didn't know that there was pictures when I posted this scribe.

  8. Good job Trish. I liked how you explained what winnipeg harvest does. Next time you should add pictures.