Thank you Frank!
Aug 21, 2017
It’s 4 a.m. on a Monday morning, and Frank Roorda is sitting at Tim Hortons, waiting. He’s waiting for the day-olds—whatever remains of yesterday’s bagels, croissants, Timbits, etc.—to find their way into boxes or bags and the bed of his hatchback. And then, he’ll make his rounds—more food pickups (he might have 20 bags of food, 150 to 200 lbs., by the time he’s finished) and delivery to the YW’s Emergency Shelter and two House of Friendship programs.
He’s been collecting and delivering food to...