The Association of Employees Supporting Education Services (AESES) President Laurie Morris presented a cheque for $500 from the CCU to Dave Feniuk, General Manager of Agape Table in Winnipeg, Manitoba, which offers low cost ways to provide nutritional food to those who have difficulty making ends meet.
Agape Table also provides emergency food services for breakfast, soup, coffee, tea and juice, all within a safe, community environment for people to go, including men, women, children, housed at risk, homeless, working, low income seniors, single parents, persons with disabilities, new comers and many more.
Feniuk states that Agape serves breakfast to almost 450 poor and homeless people on a daily basis. In addition to breakfast, patrons can help themselves to donated clothing. They also have an “at cost” grocery store where you can buy groceries.
As AESES President Laurie Morris says, “The place is simply amazing.”