Food Share Network: Enhancing Food Security in the Capital Region
The Food Share Network contributes to the enhanced health of people and our local communities here in the Capital Region. No one should go without access to fresh, local, nutritious food. We want to improve the efficiency and safety for people accessing non-profit food services. Our goal is to strengthen community links and access to resources that support self-sufficiency.
Food Resources in the Capital Region
The COVID-19 crisis has impacted many individuals and families across the Capital Region. Many non-profit organizations have stepped up to provide food services to those in need during this time (and beyond). Many of these organizations were already operating before the crisis, and some of these services have begun operating more recently.
The Food Share Network is maintaining a list of Food Services in the Capital region during COVID-19. You can access that list below to learn about food services that are available.