“Let’s Talk”: Guru Nanak Food Bank’s info orientation sessions for newcomers to Canada

GURU Nanak Food Bank (GNFB) is starting informational orientation sessions for all newcomers to Canada from February 12. These sessions will be organized every month at different locations for people living in various parts of the Lower Mainland. The sessions have been named “Let’s Talk.”

There are going to be a number speakers having a specialty in a particular area to cover all the aspects of information one needs to know while living in this country. The sessions will focus on:

– Health

– Housing

– How to apply for required documents

– Rights and Duties

– Whom to approach for help

– Employment

The first orientation session will take place at Gurdwara Dukh Nivaran Sahib at15255 68 Avenue in Surrey as well Zoom and Facebook Live (@gnfbsurrey) on February 12, starting at 12 p.m.

GNFB requests everyone to attend this seminar or refer someone who needs help. Any suggestions and information is welcome. Anyone can send their questions prior to the seminar by phone or email (help@gnfb.ca) or even during the question and answer round in the orientation which will start at 1:40 p.m. that day.

You can register for the session by calling 604-580-1313 or on the website www.gnfb.ca.

GNFB has also started a special helpline and email which anyone can access 24/7 when in need. The  helpline email is help@gnfb.ca and the phone number is 604-580-1313, option number 5 (Voice Mail).

For more information, call  604-537-1440 or visit Lets Talk – Guru Nanak Food Bank (gnfb.ca).