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Episode 116th January 2023 • Ending Poverty Together • Food for the Hungry (FH) Canada
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with guest Jenny Stoecker, Senior Program Officer at Food for the Hungry Canada

You have to admit— you can’t always do things on your own. Whether it’s a neighbour to hold the ladder, a friend to drive us to the airport, or a shoulder to lean on for comfort, we all need the support of our community. So why is it that organizations all-too-often view each other as competitors instead of allies?

Join Jenny Stoecker, Senior Program Officer at Food for the Hungry Canada, as she highlights how collaboration, when done well, can mean the difference between band-aid fixes for poverty versus deep, positive change not only for the present, but for the future as well. Every organization has unique strengths and fields of expertise. So, when melting pots replace silos, organizations learn from each other, become stronger together, and are better suited to come alongside the people they serve.

Recommended Resources:

Better Together - blog article

Collaborative Resources from FH Canada

Episode hosted by Shelaine.

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