A new report published by the University of Calgary, School of Public Policy, confirms that food bank clients are accessing services most when their income is constrained.
Daily Bread Food Bank invites the community to join us for a roundtable on the importance of evidence-informed policy to see strong commitments and action to ensure that no one is left behind in the long road to recovery, amidst record inflation rates and a rising cost of living in our city.
Our panel of experts and individuals with lived experience will discuss key findings and explore solutions to food insecurity through government policy that can make food banks obsolete.
Join us to learn how we can respond to the growing crisis of food insecurity and create a city where no one needs a food bank. The answer is government policies which build greater resiliency through investments in decent work, affordable housing, and a strong social safety net.