HEALTHY AND ACCESSIBLE FOOD FOR All

Reduce hunger with dignity, build capacity and community, foster sustainability to support health, belonging and social justice in Niagara Falls through food literacy. 

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Who we are

GROW Community Food Literacy Centre is a registered charity in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Our goals are to assist and empower those with barriers to accessing and benefiting from good healthy food. 

Healthy Nutritious Food

Community

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Education & Empowerment

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ABOUT US

GROW Community Food Literacy Centre is a registered charity in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Our goals are to assist and empower those with barriers to accessing and benefiting from good healthy food. We do this by

offering a fresh produce market with pantry, community kitchen with opportunities to cook, and share

good food, while building community and breaking down social isolation. GROW is a community-focused

model aimed at addressing some of the long-term food challenges that low-income residents and persons

with disabilities face in our community.

"GROW - down to earth and rooted in goodness"

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GOOD FOOD FOR ALL - GIVE TODAY

Our MISSION

Reduce hunger with dignity, build capacity and community, foster sustainability to support health, belonging and social justice in Niagara Falls through food literacy.

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The Market

Every Saturday from 10:30am - 1:30pm

This low-cost market makes fresh and healthy food more accessible to those living on low incomes. We offer fresh vegetables, fruits, unprocessed meats, fish and meat alternatives, as well as dairy, eggs, nuts, seed, legumes and pantry items. We also have fresh baked bread available every Saturday! 

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4377 Fourth Ave.

Niagara Falls, ON

Canada L2E 4N1

info@growcflc.com

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GROW Community Food Literacy Centre is a registered charitable organization. #75433 7939 RR0001

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We acknowledge that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee. This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties, and is within the lands protected by the “Dish With One Spoon” wampum agreement. With our Indigenous Outreach Coordinator, we are working closely with our Indigenous community to advocate for a just food system, and to create community food programs that are culturally relevant, diverse, equitable and inclusive.

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