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North Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre ensures no one goes without food – Anishinabek News

September 10, 2020

NORTH BAY— The North Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre wants everyone to have enough food during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic crisis.

The centre is offering a temporary food bank. The lead on the Food Security Program is Cultural Resource Coordinator Roger Assiniwe. He explains that anyone having a tough time can go to the North Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre to sign up.

“It’s to help the urban Indigenous community through the time of the COVID. People that may have been laid-off or lost their jobs. We are helping families within the Indigenous community with a little bit of non-perishable food items to get them through these hard times.”

Assiniwe says that depending on family size, gift cards are included to purchase milk, eggs and bread.

Assiniwe says the need continues to grow for the Food Security Program, which has been operating since June 25.

Read More: http://anishinabeknews.ca/2020/09/10/north-bay-indigenous-friendship-centre-ensures-no-one-goes-without-food/