Courtenay resident devises plan to help food bank

Bob Huddart has devised a plan to benefit the Comox Valley Food Bank with fresh, healthy food.

TAMMY WORONIAK

Bob Huddart has devised a plan to benefit the Comox Valley Food Bank with fresh, healthy food.

For $35, the Courtenay resident will add a business card to a directory that would be distributed to thousands of homes and businesses around the Valley, which he has divided into five zones.

The money would be donated to farmers who could then grow the food, which would be donated to the local food bank.

Huddart notes a business card contains more information than the phone book.

“It’s good value for the business,” he said.

Contact Huddart at 250-338-0751 or businesscardsdirectory@gmail.com.

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