Last Updated on November 23, 2016 by Irene Seto
Giving back during the holidays is as easy as buying a spring roll at Edo Japan. What does that mean exactly? Until January 1, 2017, Edo Japan will donate 25 cents to Canada’s food banks for every spring roll that they sell. Delicious, crispy spring rolls for the better good! Yes, that’s an easy win for all of us. I can’t wait to get my hands on that deep-fried roll of happiness.
Last year, Edo raised over $74,000 for food banks across the country and with more and more Calgarians using food banks each month, it’s never been more important to give back. New this year, Edo will be hosting ‘Double Up Day’ on December 10. During this one-day event, Edo will double the donations (from 25 cents to 50 cents) for each spring roll sold!
I hope you can help out the food bank this Christmas any way you can whether it’s by donating food cans or buying an Edo spring roll. Edo wants to give one of my readers a $25 gift card for a little stocking stuffer gift too (think of all the springs you can get). To enter, answer the trivia question below. Good luck!
Contest is open to all Canadians (please note that not all provinces have an Edo Japan location, but if you like to travel or gift to someone else, that’s great.)