Scarborough students are learning to cook, finishing their homework and getting fit at beyond 3:00 after-school programs, thanks to a former Toronto student and his family.
Read all about Feed Tomorrow 2013, this year's edition of our annual fundraising and awareness campaign that brought in over $1 million!
Bills linebacker Jerry Hughes came to visit and have fun with Toronto students.
Three successful days so far in Feed Tomorrow Week. Two more big days to go!
Feed Tomorrow Week is officially underway, and what a start we had at Morse St. PS with cp24 and Celebrity Chef Jamie Kennedy!
Province Expanding Student Nutrition Program to Help More Kids Get a Healthy Start
September 25, 2013 - beyond 3:30 students got to take a tour of Rogers media outlets and be a part of the action at the first annual Rogers Youth Education Day.
All schools in all provinces and territories should provide meal programs to help their students alleviate hunger and poor nutrition and to support their performance at school, The Conference Board of Canada recommends in a new report from its Centre for Food in Canada.
The all-kindergarten school in Toronto’s Thorncliffe Park neighbourhood this fall needs to raise $140,000 a year for a meal program for 700 toddlers when it opens this fall.
When vision impairment goes unchecked it becomes a kind of invisible disability, affecting literacy, numeracy and skill development. It can also contribute to social exclusion, as a child may hold herself back from play with peers, made difficult because of poor sight…The good news is that there are organizations tackling this issue and making a difference, but they can’t do it on their own — nor should they
The healthiest countries in the world invest in their children because they know their future depends on them. We need your support for the 1 in 3 children right here in our city that live in poverty.
The Ontario Volunteer Service Awards may not come with the glitz and glamour of a red carpet or Hollywood host, but you would be hard-pressed to find a ceremony more meaningful.
The government should begin discussions with the provincial and territorial ministers responsible for agriculture, education and health to develop a comprehensive pan-Canadian school nutrition initiative, and fully fund on-reserve aboriginal student meals.
Watch our video on the Toronto Real Estate Board and their work in Toronto Schools
Led by Morgan Stanley's Glenn Hadden, the Hadden Family Foundation made a major funding announcement to support healthy and nutritious meals for students in need.
One Week. One Cause. 147,000 Nutritious Meals
Off the back of announcing over $400,000 in funding for Student Nutrition Programs in Toronto, Breakfast Clubs of Canada Founder Daniel Germain visited CTV to discuss BCC's donation and work with the Toronto Foundation for Student Success, as well as the state of child and youth nutrition in Canada.
National organization brings major support to children in need
For 20 years, BFL has helped nourish over 2.5 million Canadian children.
CEO Catherine Parsonage on the effectiveness of bringing care to the students who need it most.
The Toronto Marlies hockey club played in front of a record crowd, beating the Rochester Americans in a regular season AHL match-up at this year's TDSB day.
The Toronto weekly learns about TFSS and how Budget 2012 could impact programs for students
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