FoodShare collaborates with local organizations and community leaders on projects like gardens, Good Food Stops and so much more! Partnerships lead to strong tools and scalable solutions, solutions that work for universal food problems.
Each community is unique and so are its strengths. Collaborative projects leverage local knowledge to generate growing, adaptive programs. Our impacts grow as communities tailor tools for their own needs, passing them on to others facing similar problems. We’re always looking to sprout new collaborations and deepen existing ones. Here are just some of the great groups we work with:
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health on the Sunshine Garden.
Toronto Community Housing Corporation in service delivery of the Good Food Box, Community Gardening Programs and Good Food Markets.
The Toronto Beekeepers Collective on urban beekeeping. The Toronto Beekeepers Collective (TBC) is a collective dedicated to learning about bees and beekeeping, providing public education around bees, involving ourselves in political advocacy on behalf of bees. We are also responsible for the care of our shared hives throughout the Greater Toronto Area.
Via Student Nutrition Toronto: Toronto Public Health, Toronto District School Board, Toronto Catholic District School Board, Conseil scolaire Viamonde, Toronto Foundation for Student Success, Angel Foundation for Learning.
Via Toronto Community Garden Network: Toronto Community Housing Corporation, Evergreen Foundation, Greenest City, The Stop Community Food Centre, Scadding Court Community Centre.
Via Toronto Urban Growers: Sustain Ontario-The Alliance for Healthy Food and Farming, Metro Ag, The Stop Community Food Centre, Everdale Environmental Learning Centre, Farm Start, Toronto Balconies Bloom, Not Far From the Tree.
Via FoodNet Ontario: London Community Resource Centre, Eco-Perth,Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition, Northwestern Ontario Women’s Centre,Ontario Public Health Association.