Community Food Centres Canada believes in the power of collaboration.
Each year, we build meaningful partnerships with companies large and small to co-create thoughtful solutions to build health, belonging, and justice in low-income communities through the power of food.
Corporations play a vital role in supporting our mission to create a healthier and more inclusive Canada.
Our team will work with you to tailor a partnership that meets your company’s needs and delivers great value for everyone.
Why partner with us
- Have real and lasting impact in the lives of people struggling with food insecurity
- Opportunities for local and national engagement
- Engage employees and motivate staff
- Raise your profile and brand awareness
Ways to partner
+ Customized strategic partnerships
Work with us to develop tailored partnerships that deliver shared value.
Reach target audiences through corporate sponsorship of our public events. From The Big Social to Chefs
for Change, annual speaker series and special gatherings, we will find the best opportunity that affords
brand exposure and a venue for client cultivation.
+ Cause marketing
Collaborate on marketing campaigns that support our mission contribute to your business and social
responsibility objectives, and company’s image.
+ Employee engagement
We offer corporate engagement opportunities including team-building activities, lunch-and-learns, local
and national volunteering opportunities, workplace giving and fundraising campaigns, and matching
+ Good Food Builders
The Good Food Builders circle engages entrepreneurs from the natural food sector. Find out more about
the program and how you can get involved.
Meet our partners
We are deeply grateful to our partners for making our work possible. Meet some of our corporate partners that have joined our movement to build health, belonging, and equity in Canada.
President's Choice Children's Charity hopes to give children the opportunity to build healthy food habits to help them thrive.
Through its partnership with CFCC and its innovative food-based programming, kids across Canada have a chance to grow, cook, share, and learn about good food together.
For more information on corporate involvement, please contact Sherrie James at firstname.lastname@example.org.