Our Vision, Mission, & Values
Vision: To support our neighbours in achieving adequate supply of food in Ottawa East (K1C).
Mission: To provide food and assistance to our K1C neighbours.
Values: We are committed to responding to the needs of our community through food distribution.
- Compassion and Respect without Judgement – Turn no one away from services
- Positive relationships – Always encourage positive relationships with clients and the community
- Education –Promote healthy eating while reducing hunger.
- Collaboration– Engage and involve other agencies and services providers in our community.
- Diversity & Multiculturalism – Understand the diverse individual and cultural needs in our community.
Hours of Operation
June 2019 – September 13
Emergency Food Cupboard
Tuesdays 1:00pm -3:00pm and Thursdays 1:00pm -3:00pm
Official launch of the foodbank
The Food Bank Hours
First and third Tuesday of the month, 1-3 pm
Second and fourth Saturday of the month, 10 am-noon
Whether you’re an individual or a group, there are many opportunities to volunteer. Only through our collective efforts can the Community Compassion Centre achieve our mission of providing food and assistance to our K1C neighbours. Those who would like to better their community by donating their time are appreciated and essential to our meet the food needs of our community! To volunteer, please email us at email@example.com or call us at 613-837-3555 x332.
Who does this Apply to?
If you need food assistance and you live in the K1C district (in Orleans, Ontario), we’re here to help. Founded in 2019, the Community Compassion Centre is a member agency of the Ottawa Food Bank and serves individuals who live in the K1C District. Our mission is to provide food and assistance to those who need support.
What You Need to Bring
Please bring your proof of address to every visit. (Please Note: Proof of address is not required for children under 18.) Your proof of address can be any document that has recently been mailed to you at your current address and that shows the date, your name and your address. Examples of a proof of address include a bank statement, a hydro or heating bill dated less than two months, your lease agreement, etc.
On your first visit, please bring identification for each person in your household. Your identification can include one of the following: birth certificate, Canadian citizenship card, passport, driver’s license, etc. Every subsequent visit, you will still need to show identification.
On your first visit, you need to bring proof of income for each adult (18 yrs +) who lives in the same household. Proof of income can include one of the following: notice of assessment, Canada Child benefit (CCB), last three pay stubs, Ontario Works or Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP), etc.
If you are not sure of what to provide, please feel free to ask one of our volunteers and we’d be happy to help.
Thank You to Our Staff and Volunteers
Project Lead and Recruitment and Training Coordinator
Food Inventory Coordinator
Services and Activities Coordinator
External Partnership Coordinator and Board Liaison
John and Phyllis Kennedy
Hospitality and Food Safety Coordinators
Client Intake Coordinator
Internal Food/Funds Donation Coordinator
Physical Resources Coordinator
Service teams/scheduling Coordinator
Staff Support Coordinator
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