Food Capacity Building SessionsPublished August 31, 2017
Food Capacity Building Sessions
The first ‘Blanching Vegetables’ sessions took place in September. Pictured here are some of the volunteers that prepared local beans to be packaged and frozen for distribution at the food bank. This is a small step towards a more sustainable model for our service.
Congratulations to Eva Boese for receiving the Bhayana Family Foundation Dedication Award in recognition of her exemplary work with Sunshine Coast Community Services. Eva has worked at Community Services for over 25 years.
Mamas Supporting Mamas, a six-week facilitated group that offers pregnant and postpartum women a safe and non-judgmental space to connect with other women experiencing the same transformative journey into motherhood, starts in February! Register for this free event today! Learn More
On November 23, over 40 community members and service providers gathered at the Seaside Centre in Sechelt for Sunshine Coast Community Services’ free event, Sharing the Findings: Hidden Homelessness, to find out what was learned in a recent local needs assessment about women fifty and older. Learn More