Creating real meaningful & sustainable impact by re-defining the way the world faces challenges within our relationship to food

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A Better Life Foundation

ABLF supports the downtown east side of Vancouver with 500+ meals a day. #beinghungrysucks. Running on empty is hard. Help out the needy and support this cause.

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Official Launch Party for
A Better Life Foundation

On May 25th 2013, over 200 people joined us at The Vancouver Art Gallery for an inspiring evening of fine food, drinks and spoken word with guest speakers Mark Brand and Joel Solomon. Host Preet Banerjee guided us though the evening as we raised funds to provide food security to the most vulnerable in the Downtown Eastside.

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PEAK 1K run to support
A Better Life Foundation

102.7 The PEAK's 1K To A Beer Garden in support of A Better Life Foundation. You can help feed Vancouver's most in need by running one grueling kilometer to a much deserved Beerthirst Beer Garden at Jack Poole Plaza where we'll soak in the sights from the Burrard Landing and take in the sounds of The Zolas.

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ABLF presents Joel Solomon

Joel Solomom, chair and co-founder of renewal funds speaks on the importance of private business for social good.

He is a proud supporter of A Better Life Foundation's work in the downtown east side.

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ABLF Presents John Izzo

John Izzo is an author and corporate sustainability crusader.

He is a proud supporter of A Better Life Foundation's work in the downtown east side.

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Make a difference

Vancouver Community College highlights the accomplishments of Mark Brand, an honorary alumnus. Mark Brand, responsible for the rebirth of Save on Meats and now the launch of A Better Life Foundation. He is a powerful force for change in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and among his many projects, he has provided VCC culinary students with opportunities to apply their skills within a social enterprise.

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Vancouver, BC V6B 1R4

info@abetterlifefoundation.ca

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