`Eat Think Vote` events press candidates to take action on hunger
Four organizations from across Canada receive $25,000 to propel innovative food programs in low-income communities
We are pleased to announce the recipients of our new funding program for innovative child and youth food programs. Awarding a total of $100,000 to four community food organizations across Canada, the $25,000 grants will support recipients to develop, implement, and share innovative programs that use food as a way to build long-term health in children of different ages.
Five Good Food Organizations to receive $50,000 Good Food Grants to catalyze innovative approaches to food programs in low-income communities
We are pleased to announce our first granting program, which will award $250,000 to community food organizations across Canada. The five $50,000 Good Food Grants will be paired with consulting services, enabling us to offer tailored and multi-faceted support at a critical time in an organization’s development as it moves toward organizational transformation.
The kitchen is stocked, the oven is fired up, and the the tables are ready to be set at the Dartmouth North Community Food Centre. Opening this summer, the Dartmouth North CFC was developed through a partnership between Dartmouth Family Centre and Community Food Centres Canada. It's Atlantic Canada's first Community Food Centre, a place that will bring the Dartmouth community together to grow, cook, share and advocate for good food.
Community Food Centres Canada is pleased to announce that a second group of 37 community food security leaders has joined the Good Food Organizations initiative. By joining the program, these organizations are making a commitment to offering impactful food programs based in principles of health, empowerment, and respect, and to working in alliance with Community Food Centres Canada towards a fair, healthy, and equitable food system where access to healthy food is recognized as a right and a key determinant of health.
Winnipeg has a new place where people can come together to grow, cook, share and advocate for good food for all. On Friday, March 13, the NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre will officially open its doors to the public with a ribbon-cutting and community celebration.
We're thrilled to welcome Bonnie Stern to our growing list of Good Food Champions!
In mid-winter the days are short and cold and the nights long and dark. This January and February we’re planning to bring the warmth.