Between May 9th and June 19th, BC had another reason to love dining out. We partnered with 31 local restaurants in Metro Vancouver, Victoria, and Kelowna to offer meals featuring local dairy products, and pledged a donation to Food Banks BC for each order. By the end of the campaign, 49,735 qualifying meals had been ordered, showing BC wanted to grab something delicious with an extra helping of helping out.

Where’s good?

The campaign may have wrapped, but our partner restaurants are still serving up feel-good food near you.


Bel Café
801 W Georgia St
1780 W 3rd Ave

755 Richards St
1944 W 4th Ave
151 E Broadway

Jam Cafe 
556 Beatty St
2153 W 4th Ave

Home Restaurants
21667 Lougheed Hwy, Maple Ridge

The Old Spaghetti Factory
53 Water St
50 – 8th St, New Westminster
110-14200 Entertainment Blvd., Richmond
20077 – 91A Ave, Langley


Jam Cafe 
542 Herald St

The Old Spaghetti Factory
703 Douglas St

Pizzeria Prima Strada 
230 Cook St
1990 Fort St

Seahorses Cafe
799 Verdier Ave, Brentwood Bay 


Bohemian Cafe 
524 Bernard Ave

Bliss Bakeries 
109 -1289 Ellis St
320 -1405 Stevens Rd
101 -4200 Beach Ave, Peachland

The Old Spaghetti Factory 
1755 Capri St 

Krafty Kitchen
281 Lawrence Ave

The Orchard Room
269 Lawrence Ave

Fraser Valley

Home Restaurants
665 Old Hope-Princeton Hwy, Hope
3561 Voght St, Merritt
1235C Trans-Canada Hwy, Sorrento
2801 – 10th Avenue N.E., Salmon Arm

The Old Spaghetti Factory 
4154 Village Green Crystal Lodge, Whistler
2030 Sumas Way, Abbotsford

“For Food Banks BC, the impact of this campaign is significant and two-fold. Firstly, the funds are hugely significant and come at such a critical time as more and more people turn to food banks with so many struggling to keep up with the increases we’re seeing in living costs. Secondly, the awareness that this campaign raises about the work of food banks and the importance of partnerships such as this with BC Dairy is of such great importance.”

– Dan Huang-Taylor, Executive Director of Food Banks BC.

About Food Banks BC

Food Banks BC is the provincial association of food banks. Our membership comprises of 105 hunger relief agencies throughout British Columbia.

We support our members through the provision of resources that assist their efforts to tackle hunger in communities they represent. This is achieved through the distribution of food and financial donations, providing access to training and capacity building programs, networking opportunities, and as a representative voice to speak to the needs of food banks as well as the hundreds of thousands of British Columbians who face ongoing food insecurity.

Our vision is a hunger-free British Columbia.