As a Good Food Organization, we’ve committed to carrying out community food security work to the highest standard possible and to represent our community on issues related to poverty, food, and health. Our commitment to this is reflected through the five Good Food Principles that unite the network of Good Food Organizations across Canada. These principles are as follows:
- Taking action from the individual to the systemic: integrating programs in the areas of food access, food skills and civic engagement
- Believing and investing in the power of good food
- Creating an environment of respect and community leadership
- Meeting people where they’re at
- Aiming high for our organization and community
- Following Community Guidelines
Good Food Centre members aren’t just strangers; they are our friends, colleagues, teachers and neighbours. In order to make sure we foster a community that is as safe, equitable, and stigma free as possible- we ask that all our members abide by a set of community guidelines.