Fred Monchuk has been donating to the Friendship Inn for years. He knows that to feed burgers to our guests for a BBQ takes a lot of beef. Rather than buy frozen burgers from the store, Fred donated a whole cow to the Inn in June. He arranged for the butchering and delivered the ground beef to the Inn. Fred is pictured above with Inn cook, Delphine, when he delivered the beef. Only some of the hundreds of pounds of beef are in the photo. Besides the ground beef, Fred also brought the bones for the Inn to use for soup. This beef will go a long way, beyond one BBQ to soup, chili and many other meals, too.
The Inn is grateful for all our food donations. We appreciate how people give the food they can in creative ways. From garden vegetables, to day old bread, to left overs from large functions to syrup and jam that didn’t set properly. We can use most food we are offered, but if you have any questions, call us and the kitchen can answer your questions. Donations can be dropped off at the Inn 7 days/week from 7am-2:30pm. Come to the kitchen door off our parking lot.