Our main location helps people meet their immediate needs with dignified and respectful community programs and services—all centered around fresh, nutritious, and nourishing food.
Our Food Bank provides a three-day supply of food, once per month, to individuals and families who live in our catchment area. ID with name and address is required to register.
Through creative partnerships and the support of our donors, our hampers always feature fresh produce, milk, eggs, and whole grains. Hampers highlight a seasonal vegetable—our Food of the Month—and give examples on cooking it with food demos and recipes.
**CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19**
Our Drop-in is a safe and welcoming places where anyone, regardless of where they live, can enjoy nutritious food, meet others, and access information on social issues and community resources.
We provide a healthy breakfast and lunch four days a week, plus a weekly ID clinic, nutrition counseling, and housing, legal, and settlement services. We also offer workshops on tenants’ and employment rights, movie screenings and arts & crafts, and demonstrations on how to make low-cost, healthy, and delicious meals.
Community cooking brings people together to learn, cook, and share nutritious, culturally-diverse, and inexpensive meals. We offer a range of cooking groups, all designed to build food skills, reduce social isolation, and increase access to healthy food, while connecting people to other resources. No registration required, just drop in!
Contact Hussein at 416-652-7867 ext. 238 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Community Action Program empowers people experiencing poverty and marginalization to challenge chronic income and food insecurity by building stronger community support networks, raising political consciousness, and taking direct action.
The Community Advocacy Office is a peer-run project where trained advocates provide information, referrals, and general assistance to fellow community members. All services are strictly confidential.
COMMUNITY ACTION TRAINING IS **CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19**
Community Action Training is a two-part course, each with six weekly sessions, focusing on both individual and systemic action. All Community Advocates are required to complete the training program.
Contact Joanna at 416-652-7867 ext. 235 or email@example.com.
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The Economic Justice Project works with people who have lived experience of poverty to ease their personal financial stresses, identify systemic causes, and advocate for broader change. Click to view and share the poster.
From 11am—3pm on Tuesdays, we invite everyone to visit our Good Food Market, where we offer fresh and affordable produce for sale in our Food Bank space.
Contact Mike at 416-652-7867 ext: 245 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Program is currently limited due to COVID-19, and is by appointment only. For more information please contact Christina at email@example.com*
Healthy Beginnings is a weekly pre- and post-natal nutrition and support program for people who are pregnant and who live in our catchment area (north of Bloor, south of Eglinton, west of Yonge, and east of Jane). Participants can join any stage of pregnancy and stay six months post-natally
Healthy Beginnings offers information, education, and support through group workshops with opportunities to talk individually with a team of nurses, dietitians, settlement workers, counsellor/therapist, and family support workers. It also provides a healthy lunch, food hamper, food vouchers, and free childcare.
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