Community Advocacy

The Peer Advocacy Office is Temporarily located upstairs in the office through the diningroom/kitchen (Ramsey's Office) and is not located downstairs, on the same floor as the Good Food Bank until further notice. The office is run by Peer Advocates who have successfully completed the Community Advocacy Training.

Advocates are available to offer resources, referrals, and support on a wide array of issues from replacing lost identification, to helping fill out paperwork, to conducting a housing search. The office is open to all community members and no appointment is needed.

For more information on the services the Community Advocacy Office offers please check out the Community Advocacy Office page, called Perth Advocates on Facebook.

To speak to an advocate please call 613-267-6428 ext. 29 or email advocacy@thetablecfc.org

Office hours are: Monday 2pm – 5pm, Tuesday 12pm – 3pm, Wednesday 4pm – 6pm, Thursday CLOSED, and Friday 2pm – 5pm

Advocacy Initiatives

 

Heritage Bikes and Rentals and The Table to offer Back to School Bike Check-Ups

Perth’s Heritage Bikes and Rentals, and The Table Community Food Centre are teaming up to offer back to school bike check ups. Though timed for students who may need their bike to get to school, everyone is welcome to bring their bike to The Table on September 9th for an assessment of any maintenance issues. Basic repairs that can be made onsite will also be done – all free of charge. The check-ups will be offered from 3:30 to 6:00 pm. Look for the tent on the front lawn of The Table at 190 Gore St. E.

Cycling is an affordable and healthy way to get around town and The Table wants to promote safe cycling for everyone in the community. A key part of safe cycling is having a bike that is in good working order. Heritage Bikes is bringing their expertise and tools to the check-ups.  The small local business is a relative new comer to Perth and is celebrating a successful first season offering bike rentals and guided cycling excursions in the area. 

Come join us for a meal and then to discuss if technology and smart  distribution processes can provide the answer to a more sustainable and transparent food cycle?

 

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