1 in 4 NB Children struggles with food insecurity.....
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32% of people requiring food assistance
We've Got Your Back
For the children in many houses, the weekend stretches out like a warm blanket filled with family, friends and fun. However, educators in Charlotte County will tell you there are children who hate to see the weekend come; their main fears are a loss of routine and a gnawing hunger.
In fact, over 25% of children in New Brunswick live in poverty and struggle with food insecurity – they may get dinner this evening but don`t know for sure from where dinner will come.
During the week, their hunger is satiated through breakfast and lunch programs at school, however the weekends are not longed for but feared as basic food needs are routinely unmet. One way that we can help is in the area of food security. In collaboration with educators, we have identified families with food security concerns. Schools work diligently at providing breakfast, lunches and snacks; yet this results in weekend food security being a serious problem for many families. We are seeking partners to be able to provide backpacks of ready-to-eat food for children on weekends.
- May 11, 2016
One of Pita Pit`s core values is, “I’ll have your back” so when franchise owner Rob Mills was looking for a local charity to sponsor, We’ve Got Your Back Foundation Inc was a logical choice. Pita Pit’s grand opening was Monday May 2 and this was preceded by a “soft opening” where the franchise owners
- October 6, 2010
A local Church plans to make a difference in the lives of students in St. Stephen and Charlotte County with the launch of their new program “We’ve Got Your Back. Garth Williams of The Union Street Baptist Church wants the public to be aware of how many students are going hungry. Williams tells Tide News