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October update: Are you interested in supporting local and organic farmers and vendors? Our Farmers’ Market (Concordia Farmers’ Market) has gone online and in Basket form. For $30 weekly or bi-weekly you can get a basket full of your choice of locally sourced products from our vendors. The pick-up location is just a 5-minute walk from the Downtown campus but spaces are limited so be sure not to miss your chance to participate!
Sign up here
A partnership project between the CLSC, Concordia University’s ACT, and New Hope to provide groceries to seniors 70+ in age living in NDG is going well.
Seniors can call the number to order food from Provigo. Safe, free delivery is provided and the senior must pay with a credit/debit card at the door.
Please pass this on to anyone who fits the parameters and might need this service.
New MEALS À PARTAGER program offering home-delivered kosher meals for people 65+, anyone with a physical, medical, emotional, or financial challenge in dealing with the essential day-to-day meal preparations and families that have the responsibility of caring for an elderly or high-risk family member.
Food bank, Shabbat to Share programs, Jewish teachings / spiritual content online via Facebook Information & referrals. Used furniture depot.
Volunteers needed twice a week for MEALS À PARTAGER. Fill out the form here.
Meals on wheels. Emergency food baskets. By appointment. Call to get info.
To order frozen prepared meals for home delivery (food security program)
For 50+population. “We are providing subsidized groceries with the Provigo project (New Hope and CIUSSS) and we also have a driver and shopper for people who are unable to use this service for different reasons.”