Canadian Foodgrains Bank’s goal of ending global hunger often means providing food for people in need, but we know that more is needed to ensure people enjoy food security. Click the image below to learn what we mean by ‘food security’.
Become a virtual farmer with Grow Hope Saskatchewan! Rally around local farmers who are growing hope on a global scale. Click the image below to learn more about becoming involved.
Canadian Foodgrains Bank has now provided $1 billion in assistance to address hunger around the world since being established in 1983. Click the image below to learn more about Canadian Foodgrains Bank’s years of service.
Canadian Foodgrains Bank has been named one of Canada’s top impact charities for several years. Find out why by clicking on the image below.
The Canada Foodgrains Bank documentary follows Colleen Dyck, a farmer and entrepreneur from Niverville, Manitoba, as she travels to western Kenya to live and work alongside small-scale farmer Lucy Anyango. Click the ‘Common Strength’ image below to watch the 23-minute documentary.