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Our latest news bites
Halton Food for Thought has entered a grant application in the Aviva Community Fund Competition and we need your votes to help see our submission through to the judging round!
Our goal is to increase student access to healthy foods via the implementation of Salad Bar Programs in 6 schools across Halton (2 in Oakville; 2 in Milton/ Halton Hills; 2 in Burlington),
helping to build on the success of existing Student Nutrition Programs in Halton
Almost 36,000 Halton students, teachers, educators and food enthusiasts alike took part in the celebration of healthy eating October 13th!
Healthy Kids Community Challenge and Halton Food for Thought partnered up to provide educational resources and apples to all 70 participating schools, from both the Halton District School Board and Halton Catholic District School Board, to help bring awareness of the importance of healthy eating, a healthy lifestyle and the availability of local foods!read more
October 2nds Halton Food for Thought Partner Recognition Event was a huge success!
Over 2000 Halton Food for Thought Volunteers, (including 800 students) provide healthy nutritious food to elementary and secondary students via 180 Student Nutrition Programs in 110 partner schools so they can achieve academic success.
Last year alone 3,250,000 healthy meals and snacks were funded, shopped, chopped and lovingly made available to HDSB and HCDSB students in universally accessible, non-stigmatizing school environments across Halton, helping kids reach their potential.read more
- Voting closes Friday Oct 28th for Aviva Community Fund Grants- cast your vote to Put the Crunch Back into ES Lunch… https://t.co/VahBzpZH8p21 minutes ago
- It's #F2SMonth and @HaltonFFT is helping to bring carrots, pears, broccoli and apples to registered Halton Schools… https://t.co/BcxAWpxdcb7 hours ago
- RT @NeapTideCG: The @HaltonFood Council presents Agri-Food/Enviro-Scan of #Halton Nov 22. Reg: https://t.co/7cB9ogyc4V @henhere @HaltonFFT…18 hours ago
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 2 students breakfast each day.