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In partnership with local school boards and community groups, our mission is to equip children and their families with the skills needed to make an affordable and nutritious meal.

What Others are Doing

Campaign 2000

Campaign 2000 Campaign 2000 is a cross-Canada public education which began in 1991 out of concern about the lack of government progress in addressing child poverty. Campaign 2000 is non-partisan in urging all Canadian elected officials to keep their promise to Canada's children.

Citizens for Public Justice

CPJ CPJ's mission is to promote public justice in Canada by shaping key public policy debates through research and analysis, publishing and public dialogue. CPJ encourages citizens, leaders in society and governments to support policies and practices which reflect God's call for love, justice and stewardship.

Child Poverty Action Network

CPANThe Child Poverty Action Network is involved in numerous activities focused on the elimination of child poverty and minimizing its effect on children living in Renfrew County. These activities fall under three categories: practical assistance, advocacy and education.

Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre

WOCRC The Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre offers a vast array of community, health and social services and programs to benefit individuals of all ages in the Goulbourn, Kanata and West Carleton area. We also offer community support services to residents of Nepean.

Outaouais Health and Social Services Network

OHSSN The Outaouais region includes 58,000 English-speaking citizens dispersed over a large territory of urban and rural areas. The OHSSN provides the means and opportunity to improve communication, reduce the isolation of small communities, provide health and social services information in English to citizens, and increase partnerships with stakeholders. The OHSSN is a proud supporter of The Daily Bread Project.

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The Anglican Diocese of Ottawa
The Bishop's Child Poverty Initiative
71 Bronson Avenue,
Ottawa ON K1R 6G6
Tel: 613-232-7124
Fax: 613-232-7088

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