Food security is a critical issue in our community


Poverty is not a choice. Poverty is a systemic issue. The whole community benefits by addressing the root causes of poverty.

Stigma is one of the greatest barriers to change in Kamloops. Words, Actions and Beliefs Matter.

Follow along for resources and updates on poverty reduction work in Kamloops:

Kamloops Changing the Face of Poverty played an important role in poverty reduction in Kamloops for over 15 years. We welcome you to read our newly released report “Kamloops Changing the Face of Poverty: Learnings, Transition and Recommendations” written by Emily Pletsch and Bonnie Klohn. We share the history of CFP, our learnings from 2020-2021 and action oriented recommendations for next steps in addressing poverty in Kamloops.

Looking for resources on Changing the Face of Poverty? Peruse our CFP archives from 2017-2021:

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We could not do the important work we do without the support of our generous sponsors:

We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia