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Affiliate Organizations

Second Chance Food Saskatoon is made up of member organizations of all shapes and sizes that are working together to fight food waste. Through collaboration, our members aim to improve Saskatoon's food system in ways that would not be possible by working alone. If you're interested in finding out how you or your organization can join the cause, get in touch with us at .

 
Chep Good Food
Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre
The Friendship Inn
FoodRenew
Saskatoon Food Council
Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council
Saskatoon Poverty Reduction Partnership
 
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CHEP Good Food Inc.

www.chep.org

CHEP Good Food works with children, families and communities to increase access to good food and improve food security in Saskatoon. We work to make healthy food accessible and affordable for everyone through food procurement programs such as Community Markets, the Good Food Box and Fresh Food for Kids, which provides low-cost produce to schools for breakfast and lunch programs. We also endeavour to help individuals and communities develop the skills they need to improve their own food security by offering cooking workshops, gardening programs, nutrition education presentations, and more.

CHEP
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Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre

www.saskatoonfoodbank.org

At the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre we are committed to ensuring a food secure community wherein all people have access to safe, affordable, and nutritious food. Our programs and strategic partnerships aim to address the underlying issues contributing to hunger and poverty. Together, we strive to solve hunger and create a hunger-free community.

Food Bank
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Saskatoon Friendship Inn

www.friendshipinn.ca

Without proper nutrition, people living in poverty experience high levels of illness and stress. Hunger negatively affects every aspect of daily life in ways that are difficult to understand by those who have not experienced this challenge. By responding with two nutritious meals, 365 days of the year, the Friendship Inn empowers individuals and families to focus on other emergent issues such as securing housing, finding employment, and creating healthy relationships. Serving up to 1000 meals each day, 365 days a year - with no questions asked - allows us to create a responsive, compassionate and belonging environment for our guests. Along with our free meal service, guests can visit our on-site Social Worker, and take advantage of a variety of health clinics, parenting and other recreational programs. The Friendship Inn is open to the public from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm, everyday. Breakfast is served at 8:00 am to 9:00 am and lunch is served from 11:45 am to 1:15 pm. All meals are offered free of charge, with no questions asked.

Friendship Inn
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FoodRenew

www.foodrenew.ca

FoodRenew helps to reduce food waste in the City of Saskatoon by working with local food businesses of all shapes and sizes to renew their food that would otherwise be thrown away. The rescued food is picked up by FoodRenew volunteers and delivered to one of the many community groups and organizations in the city who can put it to great use. On top of FoodRenew's main focus of saving food from going to waste, we also work to share information about the food waste issue and spark positive change in how we treat excess food from an individual and community-wide perspective.

FoodRenew
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Saskatoon Food Council

www.saskatoonfood.ca

Sasaktoon Food Council's mandate is to improve Saskatoon’s food economy, enrich our food culture, and reduce hunger in Saskatoon. We want to work together to create a food strategy that cultivates and celebrates Saskatoon food systems

Saskatoon Food Council
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Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council

www.saskwastereduction.ca

The Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council is dedicated to helping the people of Saskatchewan reduce waste. We are a non-governmental organization and our funding comes from many sources, including our members. We are also a registered non-profit and a charitable organization. Our members and board of directors guide our activities.

SWRC
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Saskatoon Poverty Reduction Partnership

www.saskatoonpoverty2possibility.ca

The Saskatoon Poverty Reduction Partnership is a collaborative group of community partners from across sectors, demographics and experiences. SPRP believes that everyone should be able to develop their talents and abilities, have the choice to actively participate in an economic, cultural & social life, and enjoy a good standard of living on a sustainable basis. They believe that there is urgency in this work, and that everybody has a role to play in eliminating poverty in Saskatoon.

SPRP