The Stop’s Youth Program provides opportunities for young people 14+ to grow, cook, and share healthy food, and to understand sustainable food systems and the root causes of hunger and poverty from a social justice perspective. It prioritizes young people that are racialized, Indigenous, newcomers, 2SLGBTQ, etc. in the Davenport West and St. Clair/Christie communities.
We’re thrilled to be offering a range of new programs for Fall 2018:
Youth For Food Justice
A free cooking, gardening, and food skills workshop for community youth groups and high schools.
Earlscourt Garden Fall Sessions
Hands-on gardening workshops for community youth groups and high schools. Learn growing skills and about food justice initiatives and opportunities in the neighbourhood!
Let’s Get Cooking
A drop-in community kitchen program for youth 16-24. Get together to make food, cook up ideas, and talk about the issues that matter to you.
If you’d like to learn more about a program, contact Xuan-Yen Cao, Youth Team Lead, at 416-651-7867 x26.