Community Based Programs
Generally created for youth ages 12-24, community based programs are designed to make services and necessities more accessible to youth and families in Shelburne County.
One of the most immediate needs youth and families face is sure access to nutritious food. We are committed to keeping youth in the community from going hungry by addressing food insecurity.
Addressing food insecurity includes having healthy meals/snacks at all of our programs, having food available for youth/families at the centre, stocking the little pantry and creating food boxes.
If you or a youth you know, need food assistance please contact us!
Little Free Pantry
Our Little Free Pantry is full of non-perishable foods and is for anyone who may need to access it! The pantry is available 24/7.
We would like to thank Kelly Wolve-Enslow and the O2 program at SRHS for providing us with the pantry as well as 100 Women who care for allowing us to continue Project Food another year.
Part of our Covid- 19 Response is to create food boxes filled as needed with both perishable and non-perishable items. These boxes are curated to provide temporary food relief for youth and families in need of support!
Please contact Amanda for more info! 902-875-3337
To meet youth where they are, we visit youth in Secondary Schools across Shelburne County. This is usually done during lunch periods to provide support, help support clubs and provide snacks.
Schools, teachers, support staff, and administrators play a big role in a young person's life so we also do our best to help support staff, clubs and school events.
Staff can be found:
Barrington Municipal High School - Fridays during both the lunch breaks in the Music Room!
Lockeport Regional High School- Thursdays 10:30 - 2pm in room #112
Shelburne Regional High School - Fridays, 10:30 - 1pm in the Outer Guidance Area.