The best way to reduce anxiety in times like these is to start thinking about what you can do for other people. Did you know that one of the worst impacts of COVID-19 has been to our Food banks? Increased demand for food and decreased volunteers due to self-isolation has made it impossible for these critical organizations to function. As Canadians' it's our duty to help.
We at Peace Collective will be shifting donations and charitable initiatives to supporting our local food banks. For every garment sold from Home Is.. collection, we will provide 3 meals to those in need through our partner food banks. You can find more info below <3
Daily Bread Food Bank
Daily Bread supplies food to nearly 200 food programs across Toronto. Through it's research and advocacy, they've become a key thought leader locally, provincially and nationally on issues about hunger, life on low income, housing and income security. Learn more.
Greater Vancouver Food Bank
On a mission to help alleviate hunger, the GVFB is committed to provide healthy food to those in need through a vision of fair and effective food systems in the community. Learn more.
Edmonton's Food Bank
As Canada's first food bank, Edmonton's Food Bank collects food from grocery stores, Food producers, and warehouses that is edible (but not marketable) and distributes it to those less fortunate in the community. Learn more.
Calgary Food Bank
For families and individuals facing a crisis, the Calgary Food Bank is the first line of emergency food support. On a mission to fight hunger in their community, they work with hundred of other charitable organizations that address the root cause of food insecurity. Learn more.
Ottawa Food Bank
With their main goal being to provide emergency food relief to people in need, the Ottawa Food Bank provides fresh and non perishable food, as well as supplies such as diapers, toiletries, and cleaning supplies to its network of over 1000 emergency food programs across the city. Learn more.
This charitable organization gathers food donations and basic products all year long, and distributes them free of charge to community organizations in Montreal Learn more.
Parker Street Food & Furniture Bank
Dedicated to improving the lives of those in need in the community, the Parker Street Food Bank distributes food, furniture and clothing for free. Learn more.
A not-for-profit, community-based organization that collects & shares food with people in need and help others out of poverty. Their goal is to eliminate the need for food banks and continue to feed people who are in hunger. Learn more: https://winnipegharvest.org/