We welcome those in our Client Care Program to our onsite grocery depot where each one can pick-up the grocery and personal-care items that they need each month. Our approach is to provide each client with the power of choice and provide groceries to assist with their food-budgets and to relieve food-insecurity.

Our new Nutrition Pathway was launched in 2022: it’s an opportunity for clients to gain lifelong skills around nutrition and healthy eating, so that each one can make better choices for their health and the health of their loved ones. We aim to empower clients with the knowledge and tools needed to make informed decisions about nutritional choices. The Pathway includes additional food security support, provides nutrition education, and help with food literacy, cooking and meal planning. We remove barriers around food knowledge and skills: improving the health of our clients and our community.


We’ve launched this new program in partnership with St. Andrew’s United Church. Pre-packed bags of food are provided for residents needing immediate help, or for those who are waiting to join our Client-Care Program and for clients in transition from Harvest Project programs.


100% of food and personal hygiene products that Harvest Project offers to clients is donated by individuals, businesses and community groups. We have worked closely with Vancouver Coastal Health North Shore to develop this food recovery program and protocols for safely handling, transporting and storing perishable foods. We work to provide a healthy, practical range of foods.