Halton Food for Thought Student Volunteer Massimo Stefanovic from Milton District High School pursues The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.

Halton Food for Thought Student Volunteer Massimo Stefanovic from Milton District High School pursues The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.

“Your life is your message to the world. Make sure it’s inspiring.”

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Massimo, a grade- 10 student at Milton District High School, walks approximately 30 minutes every morning to volunteer for the breakfast club from 7:30-8am. He understands the benefits of healthy eating at school and serves as an outstanding role model and inspiration to his fellow MDHS students.

Massimo is also an active cadet member and volunteers for numerous charities such as the women’s shelter, coldest night of the year and more. He is on the school eco club, and currently pursuing The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award which is a global program with the goal of challenging, empowering and recognizing young people between the ages of 14 and 24.

Massimo cites time management as a valuable skill to balance his community involvement along with maintaining an 80%+ average. Massimo is personable, creative and always willing to help his community.  Learn more about how you can support your school community by becoming a Halton Food for Thought Volunteer today.

“The future depends on what we do in the present.”

Mahatma Gandhi

Pictured above during Halton Food for Thought’s Feeduary Event (L-R): Massimo Stefanovic, Milton Mayor Gord Krantz and Bonnie Wrigglesworth, Student Success Lead Milton District High School