Stories of Hunger

Thank you to the individuals who have shared their stories of hunger and hope with us!

Community Care of West Niagara’s Story

When Premier Ford announced the lockdown in March, there has been a continuous increase in demand for CCWN’s assistance. We...

Ottawa Food Bank’s Story

When the pandemic reached Ottawa in March, we knew our organization’s role would be vast and ever evolving. Another thing...

Manitoulin Family Resources’ Story

Manitoulin Family Resources provides programming in the areas of Violence Against Women Prevention, Children’s Services, as well as a Food...

Grace’s Story

Sometimes, nutritious food is out of reach—and not just because of the cost. For people living with mobility issues, disability,...

Sharie’s Story

Sharie is a client of the Brockville Food Bank. Her story originally appeared in the 2019 Hunger Report. My name...

Danielle’s Story

Danielle’s family are clients of House of Lazarus in Mountain, Ontario. This story originally appeared in the 2019 Hunger Report....

The Carr Family’s Story

The Carr-Scarbo family are clients of the Grimsby Benevolent Fund.  This story originally appeared in the 2017 Hunger Report. The...

Nancy’s Story

Nancy is a client of The Inn of the Good Shepherd in Sarnia. Her story originally appeared in Hunger Report...

Becky’s Story

Becky works at East Wellington Community Services, and was a former client of a food bank. Here is her story: ...

Anonymous’s Story

I wouldn’t wish my last three years on any mother. When my children were only six months old and two...

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