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Webinar – How Do We Make Food Banks Obsolete?

April 12, 2022

University of Calgary recently released a report on the link between government policy and food bank use. Watch our Webinar, How Do We Make Food Banks Obsolete to hear the… Read More

Federal Budget 2022

April 8, 2022

Read highlights from the recent Federal Budget with input from leaders in the non-profit sector across Ontario… Read More

 

Historic Childcare Agreement Reached

March 27, 2022

On Sunday, March 27th, Ontario signed a historic $10.2 billion childcare deal with the Federal Government… Read More

 

Daily Bread CEO Deputes at Toronto’s Budget Committee

January 25, 2022

On January 25, CEO Neil Hetherington deputed in front of the City of Toronto’s Budget Committee to bring forward recommendations to tackle poverty and food insecurity. Read More

 

Year in Review: Community Resilience in 2021

January 12, 2022

Despite the ongoing challenges posed by COVID-19, Daily Bread’s continued promise—to ensure safe and uninterrupted food delivery to Torontonians experiencing food insecurity—guided the way toward making a lasting impact, together. … Read More

 

Food Price Inflation: What Does It Mean for Low-Income Households?

December 17, 2021

In 2021, food prices increased by 3-5% among various categories, and Canada’s Food Price Report predicts food prices will rise by 5-7% in 2022. Read More

 

No Child Should Go Hungry

December 17, 2021

What can be done to help children and youth living in poverty? Campaign 2000's latest report outlines key strategies. Read More

 

Daily Bread Food Bank Hosts MPPs from Across Ontario to Sort Food and Explore Solutions for Food Insecurity

December 10, 2021

On Fri, Dec 10, 2021, Daily Bread welcomed MPPs from across Ontario to help sort food and learn more about the root causes of food insecurity. Read More

Webinar – From Crisis to Resilience: A City’s Call to Action

November 29, 2021

Daily Bread Food Bank in partnership with North York Harvest, released the annual Who’s Hungry report, profiling hunger in Toronto and exploring the concept of resiliency.   This year, there… Read More