2016 Annual North Shore Program Report

Sharing Abundance was registered as a non-profit society in 2008 and has now become a registered charity offering programs in all three North Shore municipalities. In 2015 we served 5,500 delicious meals, in 2016 we served 6,400 meals totally exceeding our expectations.

We offer welcoming places where food and community meet. Our programs address food insecurity and social isolation felt by many members of our community. All of our facilities are wheelchair accessible and close to public transit… please click here for the full report.

2015 Annual North Shore Program Report

It’s been a fantastic year and we’re proud to share the details with you in our 2015 Annual Report.

2015 Holiday Events

Please join us for our 2015 holiday events!

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North Shore Community Foundation Grant

Thank you so much to the North Shore Community Foundation for their generous grant that will help us equip a centralized storage area!

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We’re sure resourceful!

Here’s Bette and the team serving the community meal by candlelight during a huge storm that knocked out the power. What fun!
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We made the North Shore News!

We’re so honoured to be chosen once again as the community partner for The Gala on 12th Street!

See the full article here: The Gala on 12th Street
Photography: Lisa King, North Shore News
 

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Another new program started!

We’re very excited to announce our new program:

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 60 – Dinner
COMMUNITY PROGRAM
Most Thursdays at 5:30PM

Please check out our Programs page for more information.

St. Agnes receives Anglican Foundation grant to upgrade their kitchen!

Exciting news! St. Agnes will be upgrading their kitchen with a $15,000 grant from the Anglican Foundation of Canada.

Read more here: http://vancouver.anglican.ca/news/st-agnes-receives-anglican-foundation-grant

SA, Table Matters and Quest Food Exchange team up!

On January 16, we collaborated with Table Matters and Quest Food Exchange during our weekly Senior’s lunch program at St. Agnes Church and demonstrated first-hand how rescue food can be turned into delicious and nutritious meals. Read more here!