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Statistics

Usage statistics for January - December 2022

  • 180 households requested food in 2022;  80 of these were new registrations.

  • 864 client-visits to the Petawawa Pantry, a 39% increase over 2021. 

  • 90 clients/month came to the Pantry for food from August - November;  
    in December, 114 clients requested assistance.

  • 2016 people benefitted from the food provided (adding all family members for every visit), a 52% increase over 2021.

  • In the past 3 years, there have been 2148 client visits, with 4600 adults and children benefitting from the food provided.

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  • 35% of individuals relying on food bank services are children under the age of 18 *

  • 43% of households served are single individuals *

  • 20% of households served are single-parent households *

  • 50% of households rely on disability-related support income or social assistance *
     

These * statistics are on-trend with published
provincial and national food insecurity surveys.

 

In 2023, there has been an increase in Pantry visits due to economic conditions. 
In early 2023, 100 families/month are now accessing the Pantry services, providing food for 250 family members.

2019 H. Crosby

2021 M. Reinert

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