TORONTO, 7 December 2016 – We are pleased to announce that Hopscotch restaurant will be donating the proceeds from their Grand Opening to the Toronto Foundation for Student Success (TFSS) in support of the Student Nutrition Program (SNP) at Niagara Street Junior Public School!
When children are hungry, they can’t focus, and if they can’t focus, they can’t learn. At 826 school and community based SNPs the TFSS and its partners provide students with over 195,000 nutritious meals every school day. Students eat a healthy breakfast, lunch, or a snack so that they can focus on learning rather than hunger; we can’t do it alone and we rely on the support of generous donors, such as Hopscotch!
The Retired Teachers of Ontario (RTO) District 24 supports various nutrition programs across the city through their annual ‘Breakfast for Kids’ charity golf tournament.
With a little over 200 students between JK and Grade 6, Poplar Road Junior Public School is doing their part to make a difference in the lives of students across our city.
We had the pleasure of speaking to Cassandra Public School during their monthly Sharing Assembly about how their fundraising initiatives helped to raise money for the urgent needs of students across our city.
TFSS staff, Joelle and Elaine, had the privilege of saying ‘thank you’ to Cliffwood Public School at their monthly assembly.
Long time TFSS supporters, Buchanan Public School donates over $500 to support children across our city.
A long-time supporter of the annual Red Nose Campaign and joining in for the TDSB/TFSS Day at the Marlies this year, Ernest Public School makes a big impact in the community.
This April two TFSS staff members had the exciting opportunity to pay Brown Public School a visit. In addition to thanking Mme. Breslin and her grade 4/5 class for supporting their charity, TFSS, they told the students about the impact their fundraising efforts had.
Every year, the grade 6 leaders at Allenby Junior Public School research local and global initiatives to support. After doing some research, the students decided to support TFSS because they understood that students their own age, in their own community, might need an extra hand up in order to receive the education that they deserve.
John Fisher Junior Public School made the Toronto Foundation for Student Success their charity of choice this year. Various fundriasing initiatives included an apple drive, a yoga class and a big craft sale during the annual winter concert. The John Fisher community also encouraged making donations in honour of their teachers, instead of giving for the holidays.
GoodLife Kids Foundation is giving away $100,000 to charities that are helping Canadian kids have a healthier future. TFSS' beyond 3:30 program makes it to the top 10 in Canada! Cast your vote for TFSS today and help us win $25,000 for this innovative, after-school program.
A great big thank you from the Toronto Foundation for Student Success to all schools supporting our students by signing up for the Red Nose Campaign! We’ve completely sold out of red noses and that’s a first. Way to go TDSB Schools!
Schools across Toronto, businesses and community groups get involved every year to sell some good looking flashing red noses!
The Marlies and TDSB schools win together!
For the third year in a row, KPMG and Brookfield Office Properties help kids in need by supporting the Toronto Foundation for Student Success!
Thanks to ACE Bakeries and George Weston Limited, over 1200 students in Priority Neighboudhoods across Toronto recieve access to afterschool nutrition, exercise, homework help and recreation.
Whole Foods Yorkville, purveyors of fine and delicious natural and organic food and groceries, have made the Toronto Foundation for Student Success the charity for their Feed 4 More December campaign!
One Week. One Cause. 147,000 Nutritious Meals
On May 5, students of Ms Persaud’s business class at York Mills CI organized Viva York Mills! a Las Vegas-themed event to benefit the Hope in Action Emergency Fund.
Teacher Gail Prattas and her husband Peter share a common birth year and strong passion for helping students in need.
The 60 students in York Mills Collegiate Institute's Grade 12 business management class are hoping to raise $5,000 for charity during a Vegas-themed fundraiser Thursday, May 5.
Record Success for Feeding Toronto’s Hungry Students Week.
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