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You can help to feed people facing food insecurities!


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You can help to feed people facing food insecurities!

You can make a difference by assisting individuals facing food insecurities in Cambridge, Ontario!For only $4.50, you can supply a meal for someone in need by donating to the Freedom Centre!

The Freedom Centre operates Sandwich in the Park 

Thank you for contributing to ending hunger in our community!

Fixing the problem of not having enough food is complicated and the solution is complex.

1 in 20 households in Waterloo Region are struggling to afford to put food on the table.

The Freedom Centre's Programs related to food insecurities include:

Sandwich in the Park This program is a ministry that has been happening at the Cambridge Cenotaph park for seven years. In the summer of 2023, Freedom Centre was approached to take responsibility for this initiative which provides sandwiches, coffee, deserts and clothing to those in need who are met where they are.

From teenagers to families, to homeless, the Freedom Centre, not only provides nourishment, but also a point of connection, compassion and friendship. With the support of many incredible volunteers we are doing our part to meet people where they are and offer them a sense of community.

You will see us there each Monday(except Holidays) from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Cambridge Neighbourhood Table

This is a partnership program between the Kinbridge Community Association and the Freedom Centre. The Goal of Cambridge Neighbourhood Table is to provide meals alternatively once a week in Cambridge for those who are facing food insecurity.

At this time we are working with Langs Community Centre to provide meals for alternate Mondays and Tuesdays. Cambridge Neighbourhood Table is not only a place for eating, but a place for connecting and sharing needed resources to our community members. Freedom Centre began this partnership in November of 2023 and is excited to be part of meeting the needs of our community, especially the needs of Ward 3.

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