Student Nutritional Access Program (SNAP)
The mission of the Student Nutritional Access Program (SNAP) is
“To provide support on the nutrition, health and wellness needs of Conestoga College students to help them cultivate a healthy relationship with food.”
- The SNAP Emergency Food Fund is available to students who are in need of an emergency supply of food while faced with financial insecurity.
- It provides access to nutritious food and meals available for current Conestoga College students.
- The SNAP Emergency Food Fund is intended for those who are experiencing food insecurity or are at risk of experiencing food insecurity in the immediate future.
Are you experiencing food insecurity?
Message us with your concern and we will address your situation on a case-by-case basis
If you are looking for food support, you can contact your local food bank
FOR EMERGENCY FOOD ASSISTANCE
Visit one of the community programs and agency partners listed on the Community Food Assistance Network map.
EMERGENCY FOOD PROGRAMS IN WATERLOO REGION
The Food Bank of Waterloo Region supports the Community Food Assistance Network, a system of 100+ community programs and agency partners.
*BUT does not provide food from their location.
If you are unable to access a program and require delivery, call: 519.743.5576 ext. 340.
For after hours supports and resources, such as emergency childcare, animal care services, and mental health:
If you have questions or concerns, please contact CSI’s Food Bank support team.