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Our latest news bites
Our 8th Annual Spring Breakfast Gala, held on Friday, May 5, 2017 at the Oakville Conference Centre was a huge success!read more
Monica Graves of glamjulz reflects on the challenges of childhood and using her company as a vehicle to give back to the community she loves via Teacher Bracelets!read more
It is almost Partner Recognition Event time of year…..
Did you know that in partnership with the community, over 2000 Halton Food for Thought Volunteers (including 800 students) provide healthy nutritious food to elementary and secondary students via 187 Student Nutrition Programs in 120 partner schools so they can achieve academic success?
Last year alone 3,500,000 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
- #TipTuesday: Tend the Vegetable Garden Together- why not grow your own healthy veggies and fruits at home as a fam… https://t.co/306uvaJkQoyesterday
- Halton Poverty Roundtable "A Rights Based Approach to Poverty Elimination" Thurs Sept 21st 9:00am-3:30pm Register https://t.co/u71Yhd1uqayesterday
- Fun Food Fact: Avocados have more protein than any other fruit. https://t.co/0jDY2qvL812 days ago
73% of all Halton students have access to a Student Nutrition Program
Students in the 2016-17 school year
It costs just $1 to feed 2 students breakfast each day.
volunteers assist us across Halton region including 930 student volunteers