Come join us on April 4, 2016 for our next community event on Food Social Enterprises. Featuring a Panel Discussion and Workshop focused around food in the city at the intersection of business and youth social capital.
The Toronto Youth Food Policy Council, in partnership with Scadding Court, invites you to join us for a tour, discussion, and quick hands-on activity focused around food at the intersection of business and youth social capital:
Empowering Food Social Enterprises
Food, Business, and Youth in the city
Monday, April 4, 2016
707 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON
6:00pm – 8:30pm
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Doors open at 5:45pm
Event begins with a tour at 6pm
Social enterprises are attracting more attention. While there are no activities common to all social enterprises, in most cases it refers to people drawing on business techniques to find solutions to social problems.
More and more, social enterprises are tackling food insecurity and food justice in communities across Toronto. Through creating opportunities for access, education, or skills development, these projects, some youth-led, are working in Toronto to address food insecurity.
Through a hands-on activity, tour of Scadding Court’s Community Centre (SCCC), and panel discussion bringing together diverse perspectives, we will discuss and explore opportunities for youth as well as the transformative potential of food social enterprises in our city!
- Katie German and Youth Farmer, FoodShare
- Kevin Lee, Scadding Court Community Centre
- Stephanie Lao, Petit Nuage, Market 707
- Tinashe Kanengoni, Seed to Table and UnAppreciated Urban Soil Health
- Vanessa Ling Yu, caterToronto
Light snacks and beverages will be provided. A limited number of TTC tokens will be available on request.
SCCC is accessible. The TYFPC strives to create accessible and inclusive spaces for all its members. If we require accommodation to ensure your participation, please email email@example.com.