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Cuisine et vie collectives St-Roch

Mission

Cuisine et vie collectives is a non-profit organization that aims to provide a better quality of life and care for individuals and families in the Parc-Extension neighborhood through the development of a strong support network around various initiatives aimed at food security and autonomy: collective kitchens, workshops, courses, food distribution, training and social activities.

Services

Collective kitchens

Collective kitchens are groups of 4 to 6 people who cook together with the help of an animator, this helps the residents socialize and helps reduce the cost of food prepared for the families of participants.

Food assistance

Emergency food assistance for low-income residents is held on Monday afternoons.

Free or low cost meals

Low-cost meals are sold every Thursday, with delivery if 6 or more dishes are ordered.

Popular Education

Nutrition workshops are held virtually or in person, presented by nutritionists and reach various groups (0-6 years, seniors, people with diabetes, etc.).

Sports activities

Zumba classes for adults and families consist in 10 classes to move in a group and have fun with music and a dynamic teacher.

Recreational activities

  • Outings are normally in the summer and include our day camp outing, the Granby Zoo and educational farms.
  • The after-school program is offered twice a month to teach the children easy recipes to make at home.

*** $5 for an annual membership card to have access to the food bank and activities. $5 for each food basket. 40$ for an adult Zumba session. 20$ for a family Zumba session.

Location

Hours of operation

Office : Monday to Thursday from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Kitchen : Tuesday to Thursday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM or depending on the collective kitchen groups. We are also open every other Friday morning to offer bread with a $1 contribution.

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