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Dear Halton Food for Thought Student Nutrition Program Supporters,
We share in our community’s concern surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19). Our hearts go out to individuals and families during these unprecedented times. We thank you, our supporters, for your role in helping to ensure the health, well-being and ultimately the success of our students and families. READ MORE UPDATES
In Halton, secondary students, identified by their teachers and principals as being in greatest need, and therefore at greatest risk, require additional support on top of HFFT breakfast and healthy bin programs. To help these students succeed, access to nutritious food comes in the form of the Meal Card Program.read more
What is a Blacktop Breakfast you ask?
Halton Food for Thought partner school Anne J MacArthur Public School in Milton is providing close to 1,000 students access to healthy food every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday right from their blacktop!read more
over 75% of all Halton students have access to a Student Nutrition Program
Students in the 2017-18 school year
It costs just $1 to feed 2 students breakfast each day.
volunteers assist us across Halton region including 1060 student volunteers