THROUGH OUR GRASSROOTS NETWORK
YOU CAN FILL PLATES AND PANTRIES
Programs with small operating budgets and/or large volunteer workforces.
Programs that operate in rural communities where resources are scarce.
Programs that support marginalized, racialized, or acutely vulnerable groups.
(Examples might include a meal delivery program serving a primarily Indigenous urban neighbourhood, or a shelter home that supports women fleeing domestic violence).
Programs that go beyond food, offering holistic wrap-around support
(Examples might include a safe-injection site that provides meals and connects clients with addictions counselling, or a multi-service agency that helps clients secure housing or employment).
Programs that offer clients a seat at the table.
(Additional priority is given to programs where institutional leadership shares relevant lived experience with clients and/or are themselves former clients).
Responding to increased need, Mazon is committing to distributing 100% of Rosh Hashanah campaign contributions to font-line food projects, within the next 60 days.
When selecting these partners, we will prioritize: