Sensus Design & Build is pleased to announce that we will be running a food drive in support of the Toronto Daily Bread Food Bank this holiday season. We encourage everyone in our community to join us in the fight against hunger as we help make the season a little brighter and spread some holiday cheer to those in need in our community.

“Working with a collective team of nearly 20 local Toronto businesses, our goal is to collect 2000 pounds of food this holiday season to help some of the less fortunate in our community,” said John-Luke Sahlani, Lead Project Manager, Sensus Design & Build. “The Toronto Daily Bread Food Bank provides support for almost 200 food programs across Toronto, and we want to help them continue their great work.”

Sensus Design & Build and other community partners will be holding an event November 20, 2016 at the Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery Historic District in support of the food drive. This event will feature a complimentary photo booth and other fun activities for the whole family, as well as act as a drop-off location for holiday food donations.

"We at Sensus Design & Build believe that strengthening the community that supports us is of the utmost importance. We have been lucky enough to work on a wide range of unique and interesting projects in this community over the past few years and we want to show our gratitude for this continued support,” said Jesse Sahlani, Founder & Lead Project Designer.

The Toronto Daily Bread Food Bank is the largest provider of food relief in the GTA. This group is dedicated to fighting and eliminating hunger, supplying food and support to thousands of people across Toronto every year and providing a wide selection of innovative programs to support those in need. Last year alone, the Daily Bread Food Bank provided over 700,000 support visits to small community food banks, and prepared and delivered more than 3,000 meals to shelters, hostels and other neighbourhood meal programs throughout the GTA.

Help us support their cause by contributing to our food drive this holiday season! If you are not able to attend the event at the Toronto Christmas Market on November 20, there are also nearly 20 different drop-off locations for you to contribute your food donations to the Toronto Daily Food Bank this holiday season. For more information on drop-off locations and getting involved with our holiday food drive this year, please contact us at