Trick or Eat

For years, Trick or Eat has engaged students across the country in collecting donations for local food agencies through an annual day of action. We have created many memories, collected several tons of food, and worked one-on-one with each campaign to ensure success. However, as we revitalize our strategic vision and refocus our energy, we have decided to step back from our involvement in the annual Trick or Eat campaign. Meal Exchange is entering a new phase of our work and we are reimagining how we inspire youth to engage with food to build healthy, just and environmentally sustainable communities across Canada. 

While we will no longer be supporting students organizers or participants one-on-one to implement Trick or Eat campaigns, nor will we be providing the registration or fundraising platforms, we are happy to provide comprehensive campaign toolkits These toolkits have been developed and refined over many years to ensure that our absence from the campaign doesn’t impact the success of the campaign. Feel free to connect with to receive both organizer and participant resources and to ask any questions you might have.