The Compassion, Acceptance, Respect, Empathy (C.A.R.E.) Project
People are more than needs— and true compassion reaches farther than provisions.
The C.A.R.E. Project is our newest, family-centric program that goes beyond addressing the rampant needs of food insecurity in our community. At Low Entropy, we recognize that putting food on the table for families in need is just grazing the surface. Our goal is to come alongside the families in our community to build meaningful, compassionate connections to facilitate real, sustainable solutions to food insecurity.
Besides providing, transporting, and delivering weekly groceries for over 180 at-risk families (over 500 individuals), our C.A.R.E volunteers go beyond the physical need, connecting with these families via a weekly check-in phone call. During our weekly calls, we bring these families into a loving, conscious community where we can connect them to other emotional, mental, and educational resources.
“Man cannot live by bread alone. Man, after all, is composed of intellect and soul.”
This Is Service From the Heart.
Whether it’s delivering food hampers, calling in for a weekly check-in, or working with our community partners to coordinate our outreach, our volunteers make a real, tangible impact on our community.
Empowered with soft skills and a broad network of other community resources, we train each and every volunteer in the C.A.R.E. community to first connect with a family’s physical needs, then the deeper issues surrounding food insecurity.
We’re Banding Together to Make a Difference.
The C.A.R.E project has reached over 180 families and 500 individuals—but we don’t do it alone. We work together with numerous community organizations including Stepping Together Foundation, Immigrant Link Society, City Reach, The CEED Center, Fraser River Indigenous Society, and the Salvation Army to reach at-risk families.
Donations Keep the C.A.R.E. Project Free and Accessible for All Families.
We See the Power of Love Radiating Outward.
Conscious connections bind us to caring communities—and members of caring communities protect and strengthen one another.
These are members of our community supporting that community, and as we continue to reach out through loving volunteers and local charitable resources, we welcome these families into our own families.