Providing fresh produce and food to those in need
Algoma University
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To provide essential food supplies to student and families in need during the pandemic, Algoma University students ramped up their Food Pantry and People’s Garden programs.

These programs were originally created as part of a work-integrated learning opportunity to promote community resilience and environmental sustainability. When the pandemic hit, Algoma students creatively adapted and expanded the programs to help alleviate some of the financial burdens in the broader community.

The programs provide healthy and accessible fruits and vegetables not just to students and employees, but also to families across the Algoma region.

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