At FoodShare we organize our broad base of supporters around key food justice issues to seek greater government accountability through collective action and mobilize for social change.

In 1976, Canada signed the United Nations Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, accepting a legal responsibility to respect, protect and fulfill the right to food.

In September 2022, we held a food justice art exhibit called Realised, Re-imagined, exploring the possibilities of a future in which the right to food is realised for everyone.

FoodShare is invested in body liberation and fat acceptance. That means we believe that all bodies are worthy and have the right to exist as they are. There is no wrong way to have a body.

At FoodShare we’re committed to putting our values into action. Read about our policies and positions to learn how we are doing that and how you or your organization can, too.