Restaurants for change

Dine out. Do good.

On October 19, 65+ restaurants in 15 cities are donating proceeds from dinner service to support healthy food programs across Canada.

#restaurantsforchange

About the Event

Restaurants for Change is an annual fundraising event that brings together some of Canada’s best restaurants to create change in our food system. On October 19, more than 65 restaurants in 15 Canadian cities will join together to donate proceeds from dinner service to support Community Food Centres Canada and organizations across Canada that bring people together to grow, cook, share, and advocate for healthy food for all.

Join in and show your support by making a reservation at a participating restaurant in your city. See you on October 19!

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Earth to Table Bread Bar: Guelph

Artisanale French Country Cooking

Backhouse

The Mitchell Block

The Merchant Kitchen

Segovia Tapas Bar

Rose and Sons Swan

Promenade Cafe and Wine

Pizzeria Gusto

Pigeonhole

Pazzo Pizzeria

O’Reilly’s Pub

Model Milk

Máquè

Mamakas Taverna

Garde Manger

Fieldhouse

Fat Pasha

Farmer’s Apprentice

Enoteca

El Rey Mezcal Bar

Deane House

Cafe Belong

Cabrito

Big Crow

Ben Kramer pop-up (Kitchen Sync)

Beast

Bar Begonia

Ascari Enoteca

Alo

The Berlin

The Canteen

Burdock & Co

Le Bremner

Le Chien Noir Bistro

The Common

Bonterra Trattoria

Earth to Table Bread Bar: Hamilton

Papa Leo’s Restaurant

Jamjar

RGE RD

Actinolite

Drake One Fifty

The Drake Hotel

Drake Devonshire

Edulis

Hawthorne Food and Drink

Richmond Station

Rose and Sons

Deer + Almond

Ruby Watchco

Mallard Cottage

Atelier

Supply and Demand

Lavanderia

Park Restaurant

Chives Canadian Bistro

Union

CHAR|CUT Roast House

Cibo

The Nash

NOtaBLE the restaurant

Posto Pizzeria and Bar

River Café

Scopa

enVie

Toronto Restaurants

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Who Benefits

We have complex, joined-up food issues in Canada: growing household food insecurity, high rates of diet-related illness, social disconnection, and an unsustainable food system. These issues disproportionately affect people living on low incomes, and have enormous social, economic, environmental and health-related costs. We need to act now, before the problem gets any bigger.

Chefs and restaurants are incredible allies in the fight for a fairer and healthier food system. This year’s participating Restaurants for Change are committed to supporting local food systems, local producers, and the right to good food for all. These generous food fighters know that we all have a role to play in changing our food system for the better.

And so do you! Join us for Restaurants for Change on October 19 and funds raised will support healthy food access and empowering food programs in low-income communities across Canada. In cities where there is a Community Food Centre (see below for the list), proceeds are shared between that centre and Community Food Centres Canada. Other funds raised help CFCC support more than 90 Good Food Organizations across Canada with an annual conference, grants, training, program resources, and other capacity-building tools. Last year restaurants and sponsors raised $200,000 to support local organizations and a national movement for good food for all. This year, we want to raise even more! Join us!

To find out more about how we’re bringing people together to grow, cook, share, and advocate for good food for all, read our 2015 Annual Report or visit cfccanada.ca.

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