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A summary of our program stats and annual survey of program participants for 2018.


Our 2017 audited financial statements were approved by the board of directors and presened to members at the Annual General Meeting in June 2018. Click on the link below to download a PDF of the statements.

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The following documents were submitted to Lanark County to report on funding received by The Table's Social Justice and Advocacy Program.

Our 2016 financial statements were audited by Howard Alland and Associates, aproved by the board of directors and presented to our members at the annual general meeting on May 31. Click on the link below to download the statements.



Download The Table's 2016 Annual Report


Though U.S.-focussed this 25 minute podcast from Bloomberg's Material World is a great overivew of the impact of sugar on our diets and heath....

This time of year feels like a continuous feast. With pumpkin spice lattes and apple pie and holiday cookies at every turn, Americans are constantly confronted by sugar. More than half of the nation's people are trying to eat less sugar -- and some are trying to quit altogether. So why is it so hard to tame that sweet tooth?

Jenny and Lindsey dig into the ingredients that keep us chomping long past our necessary caloric intake: sugar, salt and fat. Jacqueline Raposo, a food writer and host of the "Love Bites" podcast, talks about the challenges of her month-long pledge to abstain from sugar. New York University's Nutrition and Food Studies Professor Marion Nestle explains why certain tastes appeal. Bestselling author and New York Times investigative reporter Michael Moss and Bloomberg's Craig Giammona speak to the companies that rely on sugar, salt and fat to attract consumers and how Big Food and Big Soda are being forced to change tactics.


The Table's Executive Director, Ramsey Hart, and program participant and volunteer Jean Lewis were on Lake 88.1 on Thursday, October 13th to talk about our fall fundraising campaign, the programs that are happening at The Table this fall and Jean's journey from food bank user to active volunteer.

Have a listen by hitting the play button below (12 minutes). 


The Table was fortunate to collaborate with Community Food Centres Canada and media company Dot Dot Dash to tell stories of how good food changes lives in our community. The result is a collection of five short videos. Please watch and don't forget to share. if you like you can also watch and share them on our Facebook page.