Volunteers at Sun Rivers aim to collect two tonnes of food for the Kamloops Food Bank on Wednesday.
Staff and residents will go door-to-door to 750 homes, offering those who give two items a chance to win golf for two and 50 per cent off breakfast from the Sun Rivers Pro Shop and Hoodoos.
In 2010, Sun Rivers collected 1,500 pounds of food and $400 in donations. In 2011, the community gathered 1,700 pounds and $300.
When the Kamloops Food Bank's storage facility caught fire in 2012, Sun Rivers volunteers produced 2,750 pounds of food — overflowing the food bank truck within 30 minutes.