CFCs provide people with access to high-quality food in a dignified setting that doesn’t compromise their self-worth. People learn cooking and gardening skills there, and kids get their hands dirty in the garden and kitchen in ways that expand their tastebuds and help them to make healthier food choices. Community members find their voices on the issues that matter to them, and people find friends and support. CFCs offer multifaceted, integrated, responsive and prevention-focused programming in a shared space where food builds health, hope, skills and community.
Mount Paul CFC is a partner site of Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC), a national organization that’s driving the development of CFCs across the country. Along with other Community Food Centres in neighbourhoods across Canada, [your organization name] is increasing access to healthy food, empowering people to build food skills, and creating opportunities for people to become engaged in our community. For more on Community Food Centres Canada, visit www.cfccanada.ca.
Who Is Eligible?
Any community member.
How To Refer:
Contact the Mount Paul Community Food Centre