Food is so much more than just a meal to eat. Food ranges from agricultural activities, to gardens, to traditional knowledge. All these aspects of food can help change the future for children.
On Giving Tuesday, our donors gave from their hearts and made history. Learn more about their record-breaking support to help feed children.
School meals are crucial for ensuring that children stay in school and have enough nutrition to concentrate in class.
The pandemic has closed schools worldwide, leaving students in the lurch. Fortunately, Hadija was able to take her entry exam into secondary school – and succeeded with flying colours.
A community in Bolivia was desperate for a safe community centre for children. CFTC partnered with two other organizations to help bring that change for the community.
“My crops were green and free from pest, leading to an increase in my yields. With the knowledge I received from training by RAINS, coupled with the use of natural pest control, I got up to five bags of maize per acre. Normally I get two or three bags. Also, it did not cost me any extra funds to prepare the natural pest control solution.”
Two new projects, CLIMATE and SHINE, will advance women’s agricultural participation in Ethiopia and Ghana.
We extend our sincerest condolences to Residential School Survivors and to the families and communities affected by the IRS system and the recent devastating confirmation of abuse at Residential Schools.
Red Rock Indian Band is bringing traditional food back to their community with a three phase approach: moose hang, butcher shop and tannery.
12-year-old Luke loves hunting, fishing and being out in nature in Neyaashiinigmiing. He’s practicing his heritage, and helping others do the same.