Shelbourne Community Kitchen

Shelbourne Community Kitchen

The Shelbourne Community Kitchen is a collaborative effort of a diverse number of community partners including community associations, faith groups, local businesses and individual residents. These partners started meeting in 2012 to identify poverty related needs in the Cedar Hill/Shelbourne Valley area. Discussions by this group culminated in the creation of the Shelbourne Community Kitchen in 2013. The partner organizations are Lutheran Church of the Cross, St. Aidan’s United Church, St. Luke’s Anglican Church, Mt. Tolmie Community Association, and Camosun Community Association.

The Shelbourne Community Kitchen operated in satellite locations for the first two years but in 2015 was able to obtain a long term lease on a privately owned house on Shelbourne Street. After obtaining a Temporary Use Permit from the District of Saanich, the house was renovated, and the Shelbourne Community Kitchen moved to its present location in March 2015.

For more information, visit the Shelbourne Community Kitchen at their website, on Facebook, or by contacting Kim Cummins, Program Coordinator, by e-mail or phone at 250-590-0980.


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Day Camp Thank You from the Shelbourne Community Kitchen

At the Amazing Journey Day Camp, campers brought food for the Shelbourne Community Kitchen and built a food castle. Kim Cummins, from Shelbourne Community Kitchen, sent this note of thanks: We just weighed the day... Read More

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Shelbourne Kitchen Garden Sale was a Great Success!

A big thank you from Vivian Skinner, Shelbourne Community Kitchen Board member, to St. Luke's for our help with the Garden Sale held at St. Aidan’s on May 5th. The sale was a fundraiser for the Shelbourne Community... Read More