We believe good food can be a transformative force in low-income communities, so we build vibrant, financially stable Community Food Centres that offer high-impact food programs in welcoming community spaces that bring people together to grow, cook, share, and advocate for good food.

We believe that collaboration leads to bigger impact, so we act as a central knowledge exchange hub for the broader community food security sector, providing an annual national conference, open-source tools and resources, trainings, and grants to our network of Good Food Organizations across the country. Through this community of practice we work to build capacity and impact with our partners and to make the case for increased funding across the community food sector.

We know that to create lasting change we must take action at the systemic level, so we create opportunities for low-income community members, our partner organizations, and concerned individuals to join us in advocating for policies that reduce poverty, food insecurity and poor health.

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