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Southern Alberta Communities

Nanton 

We provide Willow Creek Municipality with donated food and the Nanton Parent Association picks the food up and distributes it to the Nanton community. 

Barons

The Barons and District Fire Department works with the CFPC to distribute food and some mental health kits. The kits are in the form of some educational/informational mental health resources for community members.

Champion 

Champion Volunteer Fire Department works with us for food distribution and provides mental health resources in addition to supporting the program.

Carmangay

Carmangay Volunteer Fire Department works with us for food distribution and provides mental health resources while connecting to the community.

Nobleford 

Using Volunteers, we provide monthly truckloads to these communities that are then distributed to the community to ensure and stabilize food vulnerabilities.  

Coalhurst 

Using Volunteers, we provide monthly truckloads to these communities that are then distributed to the community to ensure and stabilize food vulnerabilities.  

Picture Butte

They have done 3 events as they just started a food delivery to their community  and have received 

Granum Hutterite Colony

Blood Tribe: 

CFPC as of March 12, 2021, is now the food resource and provider to the Blood Tribe Homeless Shelter and occasional supporter of the Blood Tribe Nation's detox facility.

Clear Lake Colony, Granum Colony and Arrow Wood Colony 

We support Granum and other Hutterite colonies within this area through the provision of food.  The community to date has received 36 pallets of food 

We will shortly be adding the entire reach of our service and detailed location by June 25 2021 

180 Colonies are within Alberta and we have supported well over 60 Colonies to date (June 2021) 

Morley Nation

Piikani Nation 

CFPC is the largest provider of food to the Piikani Nation. We ensure cultural respect and follow our core responsibilities. We work together to create traditional Indigenous fry bread kits. These kits get to people who need them while honoring Indigenous resources and teachings approved by the Nation. This project is a partnership with Fort MacLeod Children's Center, Piikani Nation, and True North Aid nonprofit.