Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC) has launched a $3-million Good Food Access Fund to provide emergency relief during this time of national crisis to our most vulnerable neighbours, including children, single parents, Indigenous people, seniors, and those on disability supports.
The Fund will ensure that the 183 Good Food Organizations and 13 Community Food Centres working on the front lines in 175 communities across Canada can quickly purchase food and supplies for those who need it most.
Before COVID-19 hit, 4.4 million Canadians faced food insecurity–inadequate or irregular access to food due to financial constraints. It’s now threatening to become a deeper national crisis.
Please give generously today to help us fight food insecurity. For a more detailed communication on this matter please visit our website.