Our programs strive to alleviate the impacts of poverty and food insecurity by increasing access to healthy food; supporting people to build their skills and knowledge around healthy food; and creating opportunities for low-income families to become leaders and advocates for policies that can reduce poverty and inequality. 

_PHOTO BY ALLAN LISSNER/OCIC_

_PHOTO BY ALLAN LISSNER/OCIC_

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WANT TO LEARN MORE?

For more information about programs please contact us:

1 (506) 627-4600
hello@natoaganegCFC.ca

or drop by the Food Centre at
1 Church Road, Eel Ground First Nation


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DROP IN MEALS - Mondays at 5pm & Wednesdays at 5pm

HEALTHY HARVEST - Weekly food preservation workshops.
Wednesdays at 6pm

GOOD FOOD BANK - Every second Tuesday.
Tuesdays at 1pm
Wednesdays 9am

GOOD FOOD MARKET - Tuesdays at 1pm & Wednesdays at 9am


 
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Weekly Drop-In Meals
Serving up healthy and traditional community meals several times a week.

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Good Food Bank and Market
Good Food Market is designed to meet community needs and and make it easier for people living on low incomes to access healthy food. Affordable produce markets, and healthy food distribution programs.

_PHOTO BY ALLAN LISSNER/OCIC_

_PHOTO BY ALLAN LISSNER/OCIC_

Food Skill Workshops
Community kitchens, gardens, and after-school programs help people build the skills, knowledge, and confidence to grow and prepare healthy food for themselves and their families.

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Community Gardens
Helping people build the skills, knowledge, and confidence to grow and prepare healthy food for themselves and their families

_PHOTO BY ALLAN LISSNER/OCIC_

_PHOTO BY ALLAN LISSNER/OCIC_

School Breakfast and Lunch
The School Food Program offers daily healthy breakfast and lunch to more than 100 students at Natoaganeg School.