Calendar – Community Food Centre

2024 July

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2021 Impact Summary

Two years of COVID-19 have taken a real toll on communities—physically, mentally, and
emotionally. Food insecurity remains a serious issue as the cost of living continues to rise across
the country. And Community Food Centres have proven to be an invaluable resource, offering
nourishing food and meaningful, regular connections for community members.

Programs offered in 2021

Norwest Co-op Community Food Centre (CFC) is proud to be part of this national movement.
From takeaway meals to good food boxes to check-in calls, we were there to support.

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    53,229

    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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    93

    Food Skills Sessions Offered

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    168

    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.