1. Execute bi-annual network meetings. (Spring and Fall.)
  2. Maintain an up-to-date inventory of network needs and community resources.
  3. Build relationships amongst and outside of network.
  4. Develop a public communications strategy that garners community support and reduces stigma.
  5. Develop a cohesive agenda and unified talking points for approaching politicians and influencers about food insecurity and poverty.
  6. Establish research to better understand the needs of our food insecure populations.


  • BQW Community Health Centre
  • Bridge Street United Church
  • Christ Church Anglican
  • Community Care for South Hastings
  • CDC Quinte
  • Eastminster United Church
  • Gleaners Food Bank (Quinte)
  • Grace Inn Shelter
  • Hastings Law Society
  • HPE Learning Foundation
  • HPE Public Health
  • John Howard Society
  • Not Alone Team Quinte
  • Salvation Army Community & Family Services
  • St. Matthew’s United Church
  • United Way Hastings Prince Edward