Jun 1, 2018
How a rhythmic gymnastics club and a Canadian dairy co-operative joined forces to create a healthier, more welcoming world for people with intellectual disabilities
Apr 30, 2018
Learn how the Gay Lea Foundation’s support of the Ontario Association of Food Banks helped 12 Ontario communities build capacity to safely stock, store & deliver food into the hands of those who need it most.
Apr 20, 2018
Gay Lea Foods is pleased to announce the ten registered Canadian charities supported by the Gay Lea Foundation in 2018.
Dec 21, 2017
Gay Lea Foods is pleased to officially announce that our co-operative once again endorsed the work undertaken by the Co-operative Development Foundation of Canada (CDF Canada) in 2017 through a $115,000 donation from the Gay Lea Foundation to CDF’s new Breaking New Ground campaign.
Oct 3, 2017
Donation of $25,000 helping to improve food security, strengthen farming practices and support economic growth in remote and underserviced Benishangul-Gumuz region.
Sep 5, 2017
Gay Lea Foundation partners with Ontario Association of Food Banks to address immediate need in food bank community.
Mar 15, 2017
Directors from the Gay Lea Foundation visited the YWCA Hamilton on March 13th to prepare a meal as part of the Be the Recipe for Change program, an initiative of the YWCA Hamilton’s At the Table social enterprise, which provides healthy meals and training opportunities to women who are homeless and accessing the organization’s Transitional Living Program.
Apr 25, 2016
The Gay Lea Foundation continues its work to support community development projects in Canada and in developing nations. At its March 2016 meeting, the foundation board approved a grant to Scientists in Schools, to pay for half-day workshops in schools in underserved communities. The young scient
Feb 2, 2016
It was an exciting year for the Gay Lea Foundation as we allocated funds for the first time. With the annual contribution from our co-operative accruing since we began our work in 2012, we were able to make funding commitments totaling $188,380 to five Canadian charitable organizations, whose work s