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Submitted by Tim Blades I can talk about many subjects. I can sit and listen, while others talk about what is going on in their lives. I am not a...
It's 2018 submitted by Tim Blades In 1989, the House of Commons voted unanimously to end child poverty by the year 2000. I’ve heard this fact several...
December calendar highlighting the 13th
Poverty: A Nightmare Before Christmas submitted by Gayle Collicutt Poverty is a daily struggle year-round for single parents. You’re constantly...
Boxes of food being loaded onto a dock
5 Tips for Donating Food (Hint: Hold the sardines from 1998!) submitted by Feed Nova Scotia Tis the season when folks reach out to help a neighbour...
vegetables on a table spell out the words Glace Bay Food Bank
Glace Bay Food Bank Society tells us the history and the future of their work. Their community has been through a lot, but their spirit is never...
A pen and a paper with the words letter to the editor on it
This article was originally published int the Sept. 30 edition of the Cape Breton Post. Ahead of the budget in Tuesday’s (Sept.26) Chronicle Herald,...
Volunteers in a garden set up tomato trellises
Summer gardenin’ had us a blast Submitted by Feed Nova Scotia Our member agencies are no strangers to community gardens, but we’ve never dipped our...
A UPS employee sorts food in the Feed Nova Scotia warehouse
Community - A Global Concept Guest blog submission by Shannon Wetmore, Area Sales Manager for UPS and Feed Nova Scotia volunteer Community...we all...
boy at school eating a sandwich from a lunch box
Parent to Parent: The Costs of Back to School Guest blog submission by an anonymous volunteer I don’t know about you, but it’s back to school and my...
Thanks to Trampoline for our new site, we hope to engage more people in efforts to call attention to a 21% increase in food bank usage in Nova Scotia.