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Community Food Share

Community Food Share

Community Food Share operates from two locations which are open three times a week and a food cupboard open one day a week. We serve over 350 families, rep

11 hours ago

Community Food Share
Janeen dedicated her Morrisburg Leader column "In My Kitchen" to the Hunger Action Challenge. Thanks for sharing your experience, Janeen! You can also read the column at www.communityfoodshare.ca/the-hunger-action-challenge/ ... See MoreSee Less
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20 hours ago

Community Food Share
Our annual gleaning of the Upper Canada Village gardens was a great success. Thank you to Upper Canada Village - Morrisburg, Ontario and our volunteers! ... See MoreSee Less
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You'll find the Iroquois Matilda Lions running a food drive outside Iroquois Foodland on Friday and Saturday. Thank you, Lions!Iroquois-Matilda Lions are hosting a food drive in support of our local Community Food Share. Lions will be out in front of Iroquois Foodland from 10 till 2 on Friday September 30th and Saturday October 1st. Monetary donations will be gratefully accepted and with a tax receipt to follow. Looking forward to seeing you there! ... See MoreSee Less
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Board member, Janeen Wagemans, shared her client shopping experience with us during her Hunger Action Challenge. Clients shop with us once a month and receive 5-7 days worth of food.********************************************Oh my, what a lovely welcoming experience! They did everything they could to make me (as a new client), feel valued and welcome. And no. Not just me. Several clients were there as well and they received the same warm hug as I had. A bit of humour. A friendly smile. I felt honoured to be a new member of the board of the Community Food Share. There was a surprising quantity, quality, and variety of food to take home. There was a lot of choice, but my basket included: • A bag of potatoes, • fresh zucchinis a-plenty, • a bag of frozen peas, • a bag of frozen chicken, • a bag of dried lentils • a bag of flour• a good-sized package of cheese• a good-sized container of steel cut oats• a big container of the loveliest yogurt• a bag of milk• a bag of carrots• an onion• Sugar• Butter• A can of black olives• A can of corn• A can of beef broth• A dozen eggs• Several applesI am proud of the generosity of my community to provide such a generous quantity and quality of food to my neighbours in need of either temporary or long-term assistance. ... See MoreSee Less
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