From November 11 to 22, donate non-perishable food at the Information & Loans desk and get your late fees waived. For each accepted item, the UTM Library will reduce your fines by $2, up to a maximum of $20 per patron.
All items will be donated to the Eden Food for Change food bank in Mississauga. Their mission: Good Food for All.
Don't have any fines? You can still bring donations to support the food bank!
- Canned fruits, tomatoes & vegetables
- Canned soups, stews, meat & fish
- Rice, flour, pasta & dry lentils/legumes
- Cooking oil & pasta sauce
- Instant coffee, tea & hot chocolate
- Breakfast cereals & oatmeal
- Peanut butter & jam
- Boxed crackers & cookies
- Baby food (formula, jars, cereal & cookies)
- Supermarket condition: unopened, undented, minimum three-month shelf life (expiry of February 2020 or later)
- Full-sized: no trial sizes or samples
- Labelled: must include original label in English
- Library staff reserve the right to determine accepted items
- For each eligible non-perishable item brought to the Info & Loans Desk, $2 of Library fines will be waived, up to a maximum of $20 per patron
- Fines must have been incurred for items from the following libraries: Gerstein Science Information Centre, Graham Library, Trinity College, Inforum, Law Library, Music Library, OISE Library, Robarts Library, UTM Library, and UTSC Library
- Replacement and/or processing fees are not eligible to be waived