Pathfinder was voted in as one of the finalists for Epicure’s 2018 Community Grant Initiative. This resulted in a win in the form of $2500 of in-kind donations from Epicure.
Voting took place online across Canada starting back on November 26 and finished up December 16, 2018. Pathfinder had been chosen to be a finalist by a selection committee out of dozens of organizations. Although Pathfinder didn’t win the grand prize of $25,000 in grants they did finish near the top resulting in the $2500 prize. When the final results were in, Ruth Lee the Executive Director of Pathfinder Youth Centre Society said “we were honored just to be among the dozens of finalists. This is fabulous news.”
Epicure’s real food solutions and time-saving kitchen tools help busy people and families cook good food that’s real fast. For over twenty years, they’ve fine-tuned their craft of creating delicious spice and seasoning blends, weeknight meal solutions, and easy-to-prepare meal kits that are raw-to-ready in under twenty minutes!
Epicure started with it’s founder, Sylvie Rochette, a Quebec native, and her desire to cook fast, healthy, crowd-pleasing meals for her family. Today, Epicure is nationwide, 100% Canadian owned, and is driven to helping people reconnect with good food while providing life-changing opportunities.
Thank you to Epicure for your generosity and thank you to all those who voted. Pathfinder couldn’t have done it without support from the community.