Pick up location: within the Community Lane, off the north entrance of stackt market – 28 Bathurst Street
The Stop Community Food Centre uses good food to bring people together in Toronto’s West end. Every year, more than 20,000 people come to us to eat a healthy meal, to grow food in our community gardens, to cook together in our kitchens, or to speak up against the root causes of poverty.
During the pandemic, we’ve served over 63,000 nutritious meals and packed 7,200* long-lasting food hampers for people struggling with food insecurity. Your generous support will help us keep our community fed and connected this holiday season.
*These numbers are March-end of November
Laura’s Trees is a small family tree farm located in Dufferin County, just outside of the GTA. They have been a part of local families’ Christmas traditions for almost 30 years by offering a chance to go out and cut your own special tree in a safe and relaxing farm experience complete with walking trails and the fresh smell of trees.
Their trees are grown without pesticides in a sustainable and environmentally friendly manner. They hand prune each tree every year and the trees take anywhere from 7 to 10 years to grow. Their operation is carbon offsetting and further helps to protect the environment by providing long lasting wildlife habitat and by protecting valuable water resources.
stackt has taken unused land and transformed it into an experience of curated discovery. Designed entirely out of shipping containers, at stackt you’ll engage in new experiences, find new products and form new perceptions.
It’s an ever changing and evolving cultural marketplace that will feed your curiosity and expand your thinking.