Take a pie in your eye for mustard seed

All it takes is a challenge from a friend or co-worker and you have 24-hours to accept the challenge

The Mustard Seed’s first-ever-but-hoping-to-become-an-annual event Pie-Off Challenge begins Sept. 23.

The goal is to raise $100,000 and 100,000 pounds of food to ensure the food bank can provide nutritious options for people in our community facing food insecurity.

All it takes is a challenge from a friend or co-worker and you have 24-hours to accept the challenge or opt out. If you accept the challenge, post a video on Facebook accepting and nominate three businesses or individuals. Then collect food and cash for the Mustard Seed Food Bank. Share your video through social media using #YYJpieoff. Bring your collected food and funds to the weigh-in at Ogden Point Oct. 17 to 18. mustardseed.ca/yyjpieoff.

 

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