With increasing inflation and soaring food and gas costs, many people are struggling these days and putting food on the table is a common challenge these days. Plain and simple, grocery just don’t go as far. As part of our #FinancialFridays series, we are sharing a recent article in The
Category Archives: Food Security
At the United Way of Bruce Grey, food security is very important to us. As rising inflation and effects of the pandemic continue to impact those locally, we continue to monitor and dedicate support to local organizations that serve our vulnerable. This infographic details 2021 data from: – Food Rescue
For many, the time around Thanksgiving is a time to ponder all that we are thankful for but it can also be a time to give back to our community and those who are less fortunate. Donating funds or food items to a local food bank or community meal program
Today we’re spotlighting St. Vincent de Paul in Hanover, Ontario. This small group of volunteers has been helping vulnerable people for more than 30 years, providing everything from food hampers to clothing and more. They are doing great work serving the local community and offer emergency food assistance two times
The numbers are in! Thanks to you and our incredible community partners, over 9,284 meals have been provided to homeless individuals, couples and families sheltering in hotels during the Covid-19 pandemic. The highest number of meals served was in January 2021 with a record of 1,202 meals. About the Meals
“No child should be hungry at school.” Learn more about the Ontario Student Nutrition Program Grey Bruce here.
“No child should be hungry at school.” That is the motto of the Ontario Student Nutrition Program – Grey-Bruce (OSNP) who believe in a universal nutrition program that is available to all students who are hungry. There are many reasons why children and youth arrive at school without eating breakfast