“The Jasper Place Wellness Centre’s Food4Good is looking at bringing a community food centre to the west end because organizers feel the need is there.” – Kyle Muzyka, CBC News Read the whole article here!
“Food4Good, a division of the Jasper Place Wellness Centre, has received seed funding from Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC) to explore the creation of a Community Food Centre in west Edmonton.” – Liane Faulder, Edmonton Journal Read the whole article here!
Food4Good joined Kent Morrison on the Global AM show to discuss our vision for a Community Food Centre in Edmonton. Watch the full interview here!
“The Jasper Place Wellness Centre wants to to bring a Community Food Centre to west Edmonton. We speak to the project manager about why we need on in our city and who it would help.” Listen to the interview here!
The Jasper Place Wellness Centre received $1,700 to go towards an envisioned food wellness centre, which would focus on vulnerable residents in Jasper Place. Click here to read the whole article! Source: metronews.ca
Thanks to Edmonton Community Foundation and their “Well Endowed Podcast” for interviewing us! We’re on at 13:53 minutes! Source: The Well Endowed Podcast
A grassroots initiative in a west Edmonton community to make more fruits and veggies available. Source: CTV News Edmonton *If the video link does not play try disabling any ad-blockers*
The name is different, but the mission is the same: the West End Food Hub Alliance just rebranded itself with the much catchier moniker Food4Good, as part of its ongoing efforts to address food insecurity within Edmonton’s west-end neighbourhoods.
The Westend Food Hub Alliance is a new organization working to get more healthy food to people who need it. It was recently formed (with the help of a $40,000 grant from the Edmonton Community Foundation) to look at ways to
The West End Food Hub Alliance works with communities to help improve access to healthy food. Source: Edmonton Community Foundation