Come and join us for a discussion on food bank access.
When: Monday, December 1, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Where: Room 308, Metro Hall | 200 Wellington St. W
At the upcoming TYFPC meeting we will be hosting a panel and open discussion on food bank accessibility, particularly access for post-secondary students, youth, and immigrants without documents.
We will be discussing:
- What is the food bank landscape in Toronto and in Canada?
- What barriers to people face to accessing food banks?
- How can we build a city where everyone can access social services without fear?
We will be exploring short-term and long-term solutions for barriers to food bank usage. The speakers will highlight their approaches to these barriers as well as advocacy opportunities for our community members.
Speakers: Abrah McKeen, Ryerson Good Food Centre, North York Harvest Food Bank
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The nearest accessible subway station is St. Andrew Station. From there, head 3 blocks west to John Street and then north to the main entrance of Metro Hall.
This venue is wheelchair accessible. An elevator in the lobby provides access to the third floor. There are also accessible washrooms on this level.
The TYFPC strives to create accessible and inclusive spaces for all its members. If we require accommodation to ensure your participation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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