Healthy food. happy people.

We work to build capacity in the community of Saskatoon by alleviating
the main barriers to food security and making healthy food choices: education, accessibility and cost

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Our programs are open to everyone. We focus on helping the community access fresh food, learn more about nutrition, and build skills in cooking or gardening.

Recent News

Hello all! We are currently seeking community members to join CHEP’s Board of Directors team. If you’re passionate about nutrition, food security, and collaborating with others to help build healthy communities, consider joining our Board of Directors! For more information about who CHEP is and what to expect as a member of our Board of Directors, clink on the button below. 

Inflation driving up demand at food distribution centres in Regina, Saskatoon

"Times are tough with the rising cost of goods and services, and food donation centres in Regina and Saskatoon have noticed a growing number of people in need of help.” Read the full CKOM news article below.

CHEP Good Food calls out to Saskatoon community for help amid struggles with rising food and gas costs

"CHEP Good Food has been providing services and programs to fight food insecurity in the city for more than 30 years, but says it is now facing a crisis.” Read the full CBC News article below.

‘Your support helps your community’: Saskatoon food charity feels pinch of inflation

"CHEP Good Food Inc., has been helping underserved residents for over 33 years but is now asking for more community support.”. Read the full CTV News article below.

School nutrition programs another victim of inflation, rising food costs

"Nutrition programs are feeling the costs of inflation and rising food costs”. Read the full Global News article below.

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Our work is made possible by the generous support of funders, sponsors, businesses, partner organizations and wonderful individuals in our community and province.


CHEP Good Food works on Treaty 6 territory, the traditional lands of many Indigenous peoples including the Cree (Nehiyaw), Saulteaux (Nakawe), Dene, Dakota, Lakota, Nakota peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. Living and working on this land obliges CHEP to interrogate how access to food and land has been severed, and work collaboratively towards a just, sustainable relationship to the land for all.