In response to popular demand, the social enterprise has also started catering.
Operation Come Home
Mealshare has added 20+ new resturants to its list of partner restaurants, making it easier than ever to help end youth hunger in Ottawa.
Be613, an Ottawa-based speaker and workshop series, is presenting their latest event on Friday June 22. BeEngaging will bring together three local creatives for a panel discussion about experimental marketing.
This March, Carlington Community Health Centre announced that the new Carlington Community Health Hub will have an expanded Community Health Center. It will be connected to 42 affordable 1-bedroom units, of which 12 are accessible units that will help an underserved segment of the housing market.
The great melt is upon us and, perhaps, the groundhog was wrong this year. With spring in your step, take the bull by the horns: the weekend is front loaded this time round, with plenty going on this Thursday and Friday. So much so that you’ll appreciate the slower Saturday to rest up and regroup for the week to come.
On November 29, Mealshare, a Canadian social enterprise with the goal of ending youth hunger, celebrated reaching its “millionth meal” milestone nation-wide.
This social enterprise will deliver you healthy meals, for $8!
Food insecurity is a growing concern, both nationally and internationally. According to the 2014 Hunger Report, roughly 35% of all annual food bank use across Ontario was by youth under the age of 18. According to the Hunger Count 2015, 54% of food banks across Canada reported an increase in food bank use over 2014. […]
Canucks in the Kitchen is a group of 4 friends that love food and drink. They share their recipes, reviews and experiences on their blog. You can follow along on their adventures on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Food has always been something that brings people and communities together and FarmWorks has figured out a way to […]
October is a mighty fine month. Fall arrives in full force and everything is beautiful, covered in fall colours. Here in Ottawa, we’ve another reason that October is, arguably, the best month of the year: October is Support Local month – a month-long celebration of local initiatives that make Ottawa great. This year, food is […]