Old Spaghetti Factory - Marlborough

Rosso Coffee Roasters Ramsay


Village Ice Cream

The Italian Centre Shop

Second Cup Coffee Co. Chinook

Tin Star Productions

Fit Kitchen

Grow Calgary

Jusu Bar

The Fine Diner Bistro

Prairie Mills Bread Company

Ace Bakery

Bow Valley College Market Food Court (Sodexo)

Decadent Brulee

The Coup

Monogram Coffee

Loblaws City Market - Sage Hill

MTE Logistix - Kettle Corn

Odyssey Coffeehouse

Blush Lane Organic Market

Blush Lane Organic Market Marda Loop

Phil & Sebastian Coffee Roasters

Sweet Relief Pastries

Manuel Latruwe

La Boulangerie

Lukes Drug Mart

Good Earth Coffeehouse and Bakery

Calgary Farmers Market

Bridgeland Market

Sidewalk Citizen

Sunny side Natural Market

YYC Growers

Student Association of Mount Royal University

Lazy Loaf & Kettle

Dr. Vernon Fanning Centre

Ollia Macarons & Tea

Cobs Bread

Starbucks (various)

Market on Macleod


Cornerstone Youth Centre

Brown Bagging for Calgary Kids

Sunrise Community Link

Centre For Newcomers

CISV Calgary

Emma House

Highbanks Society

SU Campus Food Bank

The Smile Shop

Stoney Nakoda Nation

Woods Homes

Safe Communities Opportunity and Resource Centre

Calgary Chinese Community Service Association

Kerby Centre

CUPS Calgary

St. Martha School

Two Wheel View

The Alex

Elizabeth Fry Society

Hillhurst Sunnyside Community Association

Food For Peace

Calgary Drop-In & Rehab Centre

Calgary Dream Centre

Alpha House

Alcove Addiction Recovery For Women

Calgary women’s Emergency Centre

The Mustard Seed

The Women’s Centre of Calgary

Making Changes

Calgary Food Bank

Jesus Loves You Society

Inn From the Cold

Boys & Girls Clubs of Calgary

The Leftovers Program has been a huge benefit to our programs at Antyx Community Arts. Teenagers in general usually are pretty hungry when it comes time to after-school programs and will often binge out on snacks or whatever food is available, however unhealthy. Having food at each session is essential and “breaking bread” together is key to fostering sense of community. We also have many youth that come from very low income homes and sometimes they are not always able to get a meal during the day, or many meals. Many times programs don’t get funding to purchase food for the youth, and this is a very important part of having programming in the prime after-school hours. This program has been a benefit to all of our programs, north and south, allowing us to provide a warm, safe space with healthy, nourishing food and allow them to be concentrated on their programs instead of worrying about a hungry belly.


Also, We have been partnering with Forest Lawn Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary. So not only is our food drop off serving around 30 Antyx youth a week between all of our programs, but then extras get split up with their programs to feed an additional 40 mouths at their location. We re happy to be supporting an anti-waste initiative, while at the same time making sure we can feed our kids nutritious and healthy meals on shoestring budgets.
Stephanie Banszky