The implementation of this program would not be possible without many supporters, including our partnership with the Greater Vancouver Food Bank and Vancouver School Board as well as:
Gourmet Warehouse, MCentred, Seedlings Foundation, Les Dames d’Escoffier, B.C. Chapter, BC Dairy Association, WorkSafeBC, Anthem Properties, Vancouver Foundation (Dorothy Ryan Estate Fund), Maple Leaf Foods, Choices Markets, CIBC Children’s Foundation, Tides Canada Foundation, Fasken, Bishop’s Restaurant, Vancouver Foundation (Seaview Fund), Hendrix Restaurant Equipment and Supplies, Chef’s Table Society of BC, Pomme Natural Market, Broadway Wine Shop, Fresh Ideas Start Here (FISH), Ultra-West Inc., Kiwanis Club of Vancouver, EAT! Vancouver, Journeys with Heart, Optimist Club of Vancouver, Tapestry at Wesbrook, Think and Eat Green at School, Aarowleaf Cellars, and anonymous donors.

we are very grateful to:


In-kind Contributions

Vancouver School Board, Greater Vancouver Food Bank, Fresh Direct Produce Ltd, Sunrise Soya Foods, BC Dairy Association,
Rancho Vignola, Ming Wo, Cacao Barry, BC Blueberry Council, Bosa Family Foundation, Snowcap Enterprises,
Blackwood Apparel, Mike Henn Agencies, LifeSpace Gardens, Alligga Flaxseed Oil, Choices Market and Octagon Marketing


The Bosa False Creek rooftop garden was the setting for a lesson in community gardening and healthy, sustainable foods.

Charitable Donations

Project CHEF Education Society is continually seeking funding to run the program. Our donations come from charities, companies and individuals. Much appreciated donations may be made to sponsor a child, a class or a school to participate in the program. Project CHEF donations are administered through our partner, the Greater Vancouver Food Bank (GVFB). Tax receipts are issued by the GVFB for donations. All designated funding will be used specifically for the Project CHEF program.