ROOTS TO JUSTICE

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Vision

Connecting community in the pursuit of food justice. We prioritize sustainable access to locally-grown food for Black and Indigenous, racialized, and disabled communities. Formerly known as CareMongering: Hamilton Response to COVID-19.

Organizational Pillars

Mutual aid: coordinating a centralized delivery system connecting community members with free food and supplies delivered to their door steps at no cost and a no-questions-asked basis.

 

Building capacity: delivering workshops and programming aimed at skill-sharing and empowering community members to grow and cultivate their own food.

 

Localized relationships: distributing locally grown food throughout the community, prioritizing small-scale farms and other food providers.

Organizational Pillars of roots to justice: Mutual Aid, Capacity-Building, Localized Relationships

$107,374+

private donations since March 2020

6500+

community members fed since
March 2020

$34,950+

spent on encampment support, land
defense, housing advocacy

$168,000

awarded in granting supports

With Support From

Canadians Women's Foundation Logo
Second harvest food rescue logo
Ontario Trillium Foundation Logo