At Canadian Foodgrains Bank, we believe that in order to end global hunger, we must make efforts within Canada, as well as around the world. We do this through our education and advocacy programs.
We recognize the importance of facilitating the learning of Canadians on the issues surrounding global hunger and food insecurity. Informed Canadians are more engaged citizens, and are more likely to take action to contribute to the efforts of reducing global hunger.
Our education and advocacy program, known as Public Engagement, asks Canadians to respond to global hunger in four main ways: Pray, Give, Learn, and Advocate. Visit our Educational Activities page or our Worship Resources page and begin searching for resources to help you.
The Foodgrains Bank also engages in political advocacy through our Public Policy department. This department supports the mission of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank by seeking to influence or improve national and international policies directly related to the issue of global hunger.
As a small department, we choose carefully which issues we tackle. We consider the importance of the issue for people who experience hunger, as well as our ability to influence the outcome. We invite Canadians to get involved with this work.
An important part of both our Public Engagement and our Public Policy work is encouraging Canadians to use their voices to influence government policies that have a big impact on people living with hunger. We support Canadians in expressing their views around the importance of international development, and the role Canada plays in making the world a better place for all. Click here to download Biblical Advocacy 101 for a guide on explaining the Why? and How? of doing advocacy on the issue of global hunger