Food Skills program helps participants of all ages and backgrounds enhance their health and well-being through simple, affordable, garden-to-table cooking classes, and encourages cultural expression, and positive social engagement opportunities. Learn more.
Every weekday, at our Moss Park and Regent Park locations, Fred Victor delivers hundreds of nutritious, dignified meals for our community. Last year, we served over 200,000 free and low-cost meals to people experiencing food insecurity in the downtown east. Learn more.
These gardens are located throughout Regent Park, and managed by Fred Victor for the benefit of residents and local social service agencies. Communal Gardens are located at 40 Oak Street and in Regent Park (the Big Park). 243 Allotment Gardens help local residents grow their own fresh cultural produce. Learn more.
These programs helps people find their voice and support each other through Community Action Training, the Peer Advocacy Office (staffed by three p/t paid Peer Advocates), and participating together in social justice activities. We provide the opportunity for participants to find their voices on the issues that matter to them, to make friends, and to find supports.
Taste of Regent Park
This is our annual community market festival that animates the signature green space in Regent Park Wednesday evenings in July – August. This celebration of food, community and culture features pay-what-you-can-meals, an affordable food market with local vendors, artists and musicians, volunteer and employment opportunities, and Movie Under the Stars.Learn more.