FoodShare’s community cooking programs support people coming together to learn food skills, enjoy affordable meals, and make healthy choices at home, work, and in their community. Our programs include hands-on training through community kitchens and baby and toddler nutrition workshops, catering, a healthy school cafeteria, soups for the homeless, and space for food start ups to access professional kitchen facilities.
To prepare for the upcoming Seedy Saturday's/Seedy Sunday's, Toronto Seed Library, in partnership with FoodShare, will be holding a seed packing, organizing and general workday. Want to learn about this essential skill? This is a great time to learn from the knowledge of people who have been seed saving for decades.More Details »
Eat2Feed TO is a socially good dining series, featuring exciting menus and locally sourced beverages. All profits support FoodShare's programs to help deliver healthy food and food education in Toronto.More Details »
The Bonar Parkdale Seedy Saturday, , hosts a day of fun for gardeners and greeners of all ages.More Details »