The Canadian Food Grains Bank wants to engage more urban residents. 
Regional Coordinator Harold Penner says the Food Grains Bank collects cash and grain from a number of rural supporters.  He says it would be nice to get more urban people on board.  Penner says more urban people will be approached about getting involved.  Each year up to $30 million in grain is sent for projects supported by the 13 churches that own the Food Grains Bank.