Children and families can’t access enough food because of inflation. We have four weeks left to make a difference this year.
Zoe is thankful for the support of CFTC donors. Their gifts have helped her become a food sovereignty champion in her community.
Affini’s family often went to bed hungry, but now thanks to donor support, she says: “No more skipping meals!”
On Giving Tuesday, you gave from your hearts to feed and nourish children. Find out how much you helped raise, and watch a special thank you video!
Learn how Best.Gift.Ever gifts are impacting the lives of children around the world. Thank you for helping children thrive!
Watch bonus videos about your impact for children from your fall thrive! newsletter. Thank you for helping children thrive!
Donor support over the past year helped supply 2,147,231 meals – almost 3x as many meals as the year before! Lear more about the impact.
The Indigenous School Food Series was inspired by the incredible work happening on a daily basis in Indigenous schools and communities. By bringing this work to the forefront, we hope to inspire further action and stories of success.
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.
Thanks to donor support, 1,580 children in Ethiopia are getting the chance to go back to school despite major community challenges.
How can we respond to rising hunger? In this post, we share important food insecurity facts you should know from the 2022 SOFI Report.
Creating a world for all ages means connecting children with their elders. See how support from CFTC donors helps do just that, in celebration of International Youth Day. Photo: Allan Lissner/OCIC
In Uganda, youth face an uphill battle in finding dignified and fulfilling work. Here’s how youth-focused skills training can help.
Good nutrition is not just about eating regular meals. For Nutrition Month, learn how communities use food to change the future for children.
Community champions in Muskeg Lake and Ahtahkakoop give us an update on their food forests as the project gets into year two.
Food prices have risen by over 10% across Canada, making it hard for families to buy food. How are Indigenous communities responding? Photo: OCIC/Allan Lissner