We believe that food brings people together and given the unprecedented times we are currently living in, accessibility and affordability are paramount. We cannot conceive social justice without considering health and wellness. Communities will thrive when the people are nourished, when they are educated, and when they come together as a community: food is the nexus between them.Our initiative aims to provide fresh, healthy, culturally relevant, locally grown food to as many families in need, to facilitate workshops that empower people to live and eat sustainably, and to bring people from all walks of life, from various communities to the table.The lack of access to healthy food disproportionately impacts Black communities. Food deserts are far too common in communities whose residents are primarily black people. In Canada we pride ourselves on the notion of inclusivity, but we are failing in so many communities. We are failing the most vulnerable communities.