1 in 8 Canadian families struggle to put food on the table. Households with children under the age of 18 are more likely to be food insecure. Remote geography, sliding income levels, unemployment and basic knowledge and skills are known barriers to people accessing fresh, affordable food.
We believe access to affordable, healthy food is a basic human right, which is why we are committed to working with farmers, producers, businesses and community organizations in developing partnerships that advance food sovereignty, food literacy, and food security for everyone.
To learn more about how we use the power of local food to achieve local good visit our Projects page.