Courtesy Canadian Foodgrains Bank

The Canadian Foodgrains Bank has released its five-year strategic plan.

Musu Taylor Lewis is director of resources and public engagement.

"In the coming years, we will be building on almost 40 years now of Christian service. Working towards a world without hunger. Strategic plans by their very nature focus on the things that need to change, but we do want to emphasize that there's a lot that will not change. Our mission, our vision will remain the same. Our areas of programs focused on food security and providing emergency food assistance in times of crises will continue."

Areas of Focus

Courageous Innovators

We plan to see more people with increased food security as a result of innovative programming and systems level change that address the root causes of hunger.

Compelling Invitation

We plan to see more diverse groups of people taking action, growing in understanding and improving public policies to end global hunger.

Advancing Equitable Practice

We plan to see the priorities of the people we serve reflected in all aspects of the Foodgrains Bank work.

Vibrant Network Relationships

We plan to see a respectful, productive network where information is shared and everyone’s contribution to ending hunger is valued.


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