Saskatchewan producers have shown very strong support for the Canadian Foodgrains Bank over the years and the work they do to end hunger in developing countries. 

Every year through their 27 registered growing projects, other fundraising events, and farmer's donations at their grain terminals, it adds up to about two million dollars in donations every year from the province alone.

The best part is that donations are also matched 4 to 1 by the Federal Government.

Rick Block, Saskatchewan Co-ordinator with the Foodgrains Bank, explains what the donation to the foodgrains bank help them do. 

"To areas that are suffering from drought or some other natural disaster and the obvious many other areas that are experiencing conflict and in those areas a lot of people are displaced and are unable to grow for themselves."

Block added that around two-thirds of their annual budget is earmarked towards food assistance.