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no student goes hungry at school
in partnership with the Halton community we feed students healthy food so they can achieve academic success
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Our volunteers know that they are making a difference in the lives of the students they serve. See how you can join the fun and our volunteer family.
Businesses across Halton are supporting the families who work and live in the communities they serve. See how your business can become an HFFT partner.
Feeding more then 25,000 kids a week can get pretty expensive. We rely on the funds our donors give us to keep our programs strong and sustainable. Give now.
Our latest news bites
Come join us on Friday, May 6th at the Oakville Convention Centre for the 7th Annual Spring Breakfast Gala in support of Student Nutrition! Guests will have the opportunity to purchase tickets for fabulous raffle prizes including two Economy Class tickets valid for... read more
April 10-16 is National Volunteer Week! Join us in celebrating our valued volunteers who help us reach our vision of a Halton Region where no student goes hungry at school! Just like roots are essential for trees to sprout, volunteers are essential for communities to... read more
We have been dedicated to ensuring Halton students have access to healthy food for almost two decades and every year we grow to serve more of our community. We would like to put the spotlight on some of our new programs that have helped us expand our reach... read more
- Looking forward to #HFFTGALA tomorrow morning & Air Canada Raffle - $40/tkt Thank you #AirCanadaFoundation https://t.co/9mT0NxzosE
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- Thanks @LoyolaHawksOak for beautiful gala invite designs! Gala guests use #HFFTGALA to tweet tomorrow! https://t.co/IIoe6SmBES
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62% of all Halton students have access to a Student Nutrition Program
Students in the 2013-14 school year
It costs just $1 to feed a student breakfast each day.