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Celebrating female chefs of colour

After a recent cooking demonstration, chef-activist Joshna Maharaj recalls a conversation she had with a young woman of colour. “She asked ‘what is the magic phrase that you say to Indian parents that will let them allow you to go...Read more

Teachings from the Land

by Trina Moyan (nehiyaw iskewew), photos by Alyssa Bistonath In the spring of 2018, I met Carolynne Crawley (Mi’kmaw/African/Celtic) at a meeting supporting Tkaronto’s urban Indigenous community and I was immediately drawn to the warm strength she exuded when she...Read more

We’ve launched our online Good Food Box store!

We’re proud to share our revamped service for the Good Food Box! You can now order Good Food Boxes through our online store and we’ll deliver it straight to your doorstep. Order one right now: https://goodfoodbox.foodshare.net/ The rollout of our new...Read more

A year at the Sunshine Garden

2018 was an exciting transitional year for the Sunshine Garden. After 16 years of operation with a part time manager, we welcomed Natalie Boustead as full-time garden manager. Here’s what happened: A new greenhouse Years in the works, this spring...Read more

The Right to Food is violated every day

You know that the Right to Food is a fundamental human right. It’s the right for everyone to make their own food choices with dignity, to have food available nearby and have the money to buy it. It’s the right...Read more

We should all have food

It’s almost the holidays. For many, that means meals shared with those dear to us. Meals that are full of bountiful veggies and fruit. Meals that nourish and heal. But that isn’t the case for the one in eight households...Read more

Champion food this holiday season

Join our circle of supporters this holiday season and champion food. By giving to FoodShare you would join a community that reaches 250,000+ people every year through food. Here are some ways your support would make a difference: support the...Read more

Dismantling racism is the food movement’s work

“They’re afraid that addressing racism is just too hard, too complicated and too messy. They’re afraid that bringing up issues of oppression and privilege will end up dividing the movement rather than strengthening it. They’re afraid of being overwhelmed with...Read more

We challenge the Premier to live on $14/hour

Dear Premier Doug Ford, I write to you as Executive Director of FoodShare Toronto, Canada’s largest non-profit food security organization. FoodShare works with individuals, families and communities to support good food for all. In 2017, FoodShare reached 262,197 people through...Read more

Celebrating the 2018 United Way Greater Toronto Campaign

FoodShare is a proud United Way Greater Toronto Anchor Agency. To celebrate and support United Way Greater Toronto’s 2018 Campaign, we’re hosting a week of fun fundraising activities including a baked potato bar and staff appreciation grams. For more information on...Read more