Food for All

British Columbians are struggling to put healthy, nourishing and culturally valuable dishes on their tables due to soaring inflation and cost of living. BCAHL, in partnership with the Public Health Association of BC (PHABC), is launching #FoodForAll, a project to address food security advocacy.

The first part of #FoodForAll includes a social media amplification campaign with the goal of having our audiences look through the resources we’re sharing and respond to the questions we pose to them. We ask our partners to further amplify this campaign on their social channels with the toolkit provided below.

The second part of #FoodForAll includes a written statement, informed by the social media listening, that BCAHL and PHABC will use to further enhance our food security advocacy efforts. More details will be made available as the entire project unfolds.

Social Media Toolkit

In this toolkit, you’ll find links to the graphics, which you can download in different sizes depending on the platform you’re using, a shortened link ready to post, as well as captions and alternative text for the graphics. You can re-write the captions to suit your organization’s tone if you so choose. Otherwise, feel free to copy and paste the captions provided!

Access the toolkit and the graphics through this link.

A quick note on the links: please don’t reformat them as these links are specifically programmed so we can track the clicks/engagement, see our reach and pivot if necessary. If you have any other questions about the toolkit or the campaign, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Twila Amato, Communications and Project Manager, at

The social media campaign will run for terms: Summer 2023, and Fall 2023.