Every Tuesday at 6pm the training room at the Foyer – an accommodation centre for young people affected by homelessness – is hastily converted into a makeshift diner for Free Food Tuesdays. Computers are shifted, tables are pushed together and kitchen roll artistically folded. The residents start to arrive for a weekly meal with a difference. Read more.
The 10 May 2009 will always be remembered as the pivotal day in FoodCycle’s history – the very first meal we served. After six months of getting the key ingredients of surplus food, volunteers and a kitchen together, it was game on. Read more. Continue reading →
Last month, the Canadian Homelessness Research Network (CHRN) released a compilation report on the costs of caring for Canadians on the street. While homeless advocates usually make appeals to compassion and morality when championing policy reforms to help the most impoverished of this country’s citizens, the report attempts to illustrate empirically the financial impact of […] Continue reading →