Nourish offered training for women, which includes trans women, Two-Spirit, and non-binary identities, who have experienced food insecurity, gender-based violence, or poverty. Our Peer Advocacy training was an intensive course that provided leadership opportunities for people experiencing poverty and marginalization.
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Free public talks addressing issues related to poverty, health, and food insecurity.
Nourish’s Hungry for Income training will transform your understanding of food insecurity.
Initially designed for seniors, Nourish’s Peer Navigators series brought people with shared experiences together to share food and learn the skills they need to advocate for themselves and others. Topics included: rights and responsibilities of tenants, health referrals, nutrition, income supports, or technology and social media.
Here’s what participants from our Senior Navigators series had to say about the program:
Nourish offered this training for women, which includes trans women, Two-Spirit, and non-binary identities, who have experienced poverty, racialization, criminalization, disability, or substance use. Participants learned how to share their stories with the community and had the opportunity to connect with others.
Nourish's Digital Smarts program supported seniors in developing digital literacy skills.