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icon-pdf October 2023
Canadian Feed The Children (CFTC) is proud to announce that our President & CEO, Jacquelyn (Jackie) Wright, has been elected President of the Ontario Council for International Cooperation’s (OCIC) 2023-2024 Board of Directors.


icon-pdf February 2023
Canadian Feed The Children (CFTC) is proud to announce that we have been awarded one of PepsiCo Foundation’s Community Impact Grants.


icon-pdf April 2021
Four Indigenous communities in Alberta and Saskatchewan are looking to food forests to address the twin challenges of severe food insecurity and climate change, and will kickstart the process just in time for Earth Day on April 22, 2021.


icon-pdf January 2021
Canadian Feed The Children receives $1,000,000 grant from the TD Ready Challenge for new Indigenous Food Forests to address the impacts of COVID-19. As one of the 15 organizations selected,t he funds will support CFTC’s innovative Indigenous Food Forest initiative in four First Nations in Saskatchewan and Alberta.


icon-pdf May 2020
The Slaight Family Foundation is donating $500,000 to help families in Indigenous communities across Canada who are struggling to access food as a direct result of the COVID-19 crisis. Canadian Feed The Children and Community Food Centres Canada will each receive $250,000 in funding to support immediate food security for Indigenous Peoples.


icon-pdf March 2020
Canadian Feed The Children has partnered with The Slaight Family Foundation to create The Slaight Livelihood and Gender Equality Fund, which will champion the human rights of women and girls in Ethiopia and help end their forced migration.


icon-pdf September 2019
Muskeg Lake Cree Nation continues with the second phase of its innovative food forest project in partnership with Canadian Feed The Children.


icon-pdf June 2018
Innovative culinary arts program gives indigenous youth a link to the past and hope for the future.


icon-pdf February 2018
Photojournalism exhibit features First Nations’ stories of traditions and transformations.

Media Inquires

Canadian Feed The Children experts are available for comment and interviews on a number of topics, including:

  • child poverty in Canada and around the world

  • international development

  • gender and development

  • climate change and development

  • education

  • food security

  • food security in First Nations communities

  • community capacity building

We also have a number of photographs available for publication.

For more information, please contact:

Jan Ong
Senior Manager, Annual Giving
Toll-free: 1-800-387-1221
Tel: 416-757-1220, Ext. 252
Fax: 416-757-3318
Email: [email protected]