University Square Bakery & Deli donates over $400 to MM27 after Loaves for Mental Health campaign

Starting August 22nd through until September 6th, University Square Bakery & Deli hosted the ‘Loaves for Mental Health’ campaign in support of McFadden’s Movement. A portion of the proceeds from every loaf of bread sold during the two-week period was donated, raising a total of $491.50 for mental health resources.

University Square Bakery & Deli, a family-owned business located in Guelph, reached out to the Movement in hopes of lending a hand after both of the big fundraisers planned over the summer had been cancelled due to COVID-19. The Bakery & Deli believed supporting the community and mental health resources, now more than ever, was necessary and important.

“I want to thank University Square Bakery & Deli for the opportunity to partner with them on the Loaves for Mental Health campaign, and for choosing to support McFadden’s Movement during these times,” Garrett McFadden offered. “The Movement is lucky to have the support of so many small businesses that help us reach our goals every year. This wouldn’t have been possible either, without the help of loyal customers and MM27 supporters who continue to make the real difference in our efforts with mental health resources.”


Currently, we are in our 24th year of operation at University Square Bakery and Deli, located on the corner of Gordon Street and Kortright Road in Guelph, Ontario.
Our main area of expertise is baking fresh, preservative-free bread on a daily basis. We strive for excellence from white/whole-wheat loaves, to specialty breads, with an assortment of dinner rolls both small and large for all occasions.
With our growing business, we service and provide numerous wholesale restaurants, banquet halls, special occasion events and even grocery stores. Our ability to cater allows us the flexibility to create a food-service needed for busy day to day life. The specialty groceries and food are one of a kind only found in our store.

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