FSP is hiring for the summer!!

May 4, 2022

The Food Sharing Project will be once again offering food support to families of students who are most in need of healthy food this summer. For 2022, we will be hiring a Summer Food Program Coordinator for July and August to operate the program, which includes working with volunteers, contacting families, managing the database, packing boxes and scheduling deliveries. To see the job posting, click here–> Summer Food Program Coordinator position description

Please Apply by May 16.

Our new website!

December 16, 2021

Since you are here, you’ve probably noticed our brand new website. Thanks to the patient designers at JIC Design, we are pleased to welcome you to our bright updated virtual presence. Please browse and learn about The Food Sharing Project. For our school partners, check out the School Resources section for everything you need to know about running a Student Nutrition Program at your school, and resources to support your work.

Testing pre-made sandwiches in schools

December 16, 2021

In a recent survey, school nutrition program coordinators have told The Food Sharing Project that in many cases, they are scrambling to fit in their healthy snack or meal programs amidst their full-time teaching and support responsibilities. In an effort to help reduce workloads on these coordinators, The Food Sharing Project will be testing pre-made sandwiches in a limited number of schools for the remaining months of the school year.

Wraps and sandwiches will be prepared by Great Lakes Kitchen, an enterprise of the non-profit VOCEC program that provides meaningful employment to adults living with mental illness. Sandwiches will be made from fresh ingredients that meet Provincial nutritional criteria for in-school nutrition programs, and delivered daily to The Food Sharing Project warehouse to be included in deliveries each day.

The Food Sharing Project is seeking additional funding for the pilot phase of this initiative. Schools participating will be providing feedback on taste, freshness, preferences, and logistics – we want to know if students like the food, and if it does indeed save time for nutrition program coordinators.

Other News

Interview Discussing Food Insecurity on YourTV’s Limestone Lens – May 26, 2023

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Response to the Federal Budget released March 28, 2023

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