2020 Impact Summary

This Impact Summary provides a snapshot of our 2020 program data, as well as the results from our 2020 Annual Program Survey. Due to COVID we conducted this year’s surveys mostly via phone interviews, with 53 adult participants from across a variety of our programs, and helps us to better understand outcomes in the areas of healthy food access; knowledge, skills and behaviours; social inclusion, and civic engagement.

“Struggling between paychecks. No milk, have a to portion out on how much the kids can drink, etc. [Without the CFC] I wouldn’t be able to afford healthy food and vegetables.”

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    Healthy Meals Served and sent home

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    1 in 7

    Canadians affected by food insecurity due to COVID

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    Food Skills Sessions Offered

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    Community Member Visits to Advocacy Office Support

“I like coming to the class because I am learning something new each time. I think class is a good way to learn not only to cook, but also about new food!”

NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre is a partner site of Community Food Centres Canada, a national organization that’s driving the development of Community Food Centres across the country. To learn more about their work, visit www.cfccanada.ca.