Food prices have risen by nearly 9% across Canada, making it hard for families to buy food. How are Indigenous communities responding?
Community champions in Muskeg Lake and Ahtahkakoop give us an update on their food forests as the project gets into year two.
Did you know there are several ways to plan a legacy gift? Here’s a breakdown of each type, with links to free guides to help you plan.
177 women and female youth in Ethiopia have officially started new businesses, thanks to the Slaight Livelihood & Gender Equality Fund, and the support of CFTC donors.
For Mother’s Day, we celebrate three mothers who are doing amazing things for their children through CFTC-supported programs.
In Bolivia, gardens are key to healthy family nutrition. But they do more than just grow food – they’re transforming communities.
Good nutrition is not just about eating regular meals. For Nutrition Month, learn how communities use food to change the future for children.
Meet Ella! She’s a Grade 5 student who started an earring business to help children like her. In this “Why I Give,” learn what motivates her.
For Nutrition Month, guest contributor Leah Overbye writes about how land-based education provides the ingredients for a healthier tomorrow.
Strong women’s livelihoods help children thrive, and your support is crucial to making these programs a success.
For Black History Month, we are celebrating and uplifting all the ways African smallholder farmers contribute to feeding the world.
Here’s how your support in 2022 will help create a food secure future for children and families in Canada and around the world.
A new study highlights how youth are the future of farming in Africa – but they need big changes to be successful.