For Giving Tuesday, several institutions held campaigns that were focused on getting food to students. Postsecondary schools across Nova Scotia raised funds for their campus food banks through the Food Security Project. The J&W Murphy Foundation partnered with the project to match donations from individuals up to $20K. Kwantlen Polytechnic University Foundation raised funds to ease the financial strain on students through a variety of avenues, including a Student Food Security fund focused on ensuring students do not go hungry. The University of Lethbridge held its annual Buy A Student A Breakfast campaign, where alumni and community members could pledge $6 to buy a breakfast sandwich and a coffee or tea for a ULethbridge student.