MY CD’s FEED FAMILIES
WHAT HUNGER LOOKS LIKE
Hunger in Ottawa is not unique to a specific group of people. Among the on average 43,000 people per month the Ottawa Food Bank helps, there is a world of diversity. They have clients of every race, sex, part of the city, and age – including the 37 per cent of whom are children. Some work, while others don’t. Some live alone, others live with families. Some have homes, and some sleep in shelters. There is no “type” when it comes to hunger, and whether someone gets their food from a major shelter or a smaller food bank, it is the Ottawa Food Bank’s commitment to continue to help those in our community who are the most vulnerable.