Let us introduce you to some amazing people.

Our partners are passionate about providing food security through equitable, sustainable means. They are problem-solvers and community-builders who care not only about increasing access to quality food in our communities, but also about how it’s done. And they do it well. It’s our privilege to work alongside them.

Become a Partner

Partnership offers many benefits to local organizations working in food security and provision: the power of collaboration and shared information with like-minded organizations, access to resources and expertise, an easy-to-use online fundraising platform and increased visibility.

If your organization wants to partner with us, or if you are interested in starting a new effort in the area of food security and sustainability, we can help.

For more about the benefits of being a Planted partner, please have a look at our comprehensive one pager.

Phone us: 604-484-8629 or Email Us

Our Partners


City Gate Leadership Forum

City Gate Leadership Forum (CGLF) works to help organizations and change-makers move from good intentions to effective outcomes as they seek the wellbeing of the people and places of Greater Vancouver. They coordinate several projects on Planted, including the CityGate Christian Community Food Network, CityGate Community Kitchens, and CityGate Lakeview Community & Demonstration Garden.

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Crossroads Community Meal

Grandview Calvary Baptist Church hosts a weekly, participant-led community meal for individuals in the Grandview Woodlands neighbourhood. Each week, up to fifty participants gather to prepare and share a meal together. The Crossroads Community program aims to be a safe, dignifying, and supportive gathering grown out of the many diverse contributions of those who attend.

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Mission Possible

The Community Co-op at Mission Possible harnesses the cooperative power of DTES community members to attend to their basic needs, build meaningful relationships, and find dignity and purpose through service to others. Co-op members volunteer a minimum number of hours each month, contributing to their own and others’ well-being by cooking and serving nutritious meals, helping out at Red Clover Farm and in many other ways.

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SoulKitchen helps organizations create healthy and vibrant communities by welcoming the poor to the table and into the kitchen. With decades of experience in the hospitality industry and pastoral care, Chef Hannes Tischhauser and wife Louise offer consultancy, workshops, networking ideas, inspiration and ongoing practical input.

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Westside Mobile Food Market

The Westside Mobile Food Market brings affordable, fresh, healthy produce to seniors and other vulnerable people who have a hard time accessing this kind of food because it is sold in stores too far outside their neighbourhoods and is too expensive. The Mobile Market is a joint effort of The South Granville Seniors Centre and The Westside Food Collaborative.

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