Ontario’s first school-based health care clinic is a pilot project to help kids, many of whom don’t have OHIP or access to doctors.
Director Sandra Best on the value of nutrition programs at TO Council.
CEO Catherine Parsonage defends nutrition programs during the 2012 Budget Debate.
On Tuesday November 28th 2011, Dr. Kirsty Duncan, MP Etobicoke North and TFSS Board member, hosted an all party parliamentary caucus on the need for a national student nutrition program.
Morning meal program makes a difference in Thorncliffe Park
Students gain life skills and confidence as part of middle-school program organized by the Toronto Foundation for Student Success and funded through the Toronto Community Foundation.
On Saturday, September 17th the Jays Care Foundation hosted a group of beyond 3:30 participants and their parents to a spectacular afternoon at the Rogers Centre, in the Jays Care Community Clubhouse.
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.
Students use photo booth to create digital portrait of their community. Pixelated Communal Portraits program is held in schools in partnership with the Beyond 3:30 program, which is a shared initiative of the Toronto Community Foundation, Toronto District School Board's Model Schools for Inner Cities Initiative and the Toronto Foundation for Student Success (TFSS).
The Toronto District School Board's second pediatric clinic opened March 31 at George Webster Elementary School.
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.
Global news report on the George Webster Medical Clinic opening.
TFSS deliberately hires international doctors to screen the vision of children in the city’s less affluent neighbourhoods. It’s a win-win for students and immigrants.
Toronto Foundation for Student Success wins Toronto Vision Award for Immigrant Inclusion.
Half-million for hungry students. Local school asks students for sacrifice.
Record Success for Feeding Toronto’s Hungry Students Week.
Friday October 8th is the last day and biggest party of Feeding Toronto’s Hungry Students Week, a period in which students and community leaders have been fundraising and spreading awareness about student hunger in Toronto.
The story of hungry children coming to school is sad, said Parsonage. But the work that our kids are doing, students right across the system, the volunteerism, the effort, the leadership, that's a joyous thing.
Volunteers at an East End public school are putting together a wide spread of healthy alternatives. More than 100,000 students in Toronto relay on programs like this to make it through the day.
Participants from the Junior Chefs' Club at Brookview Middle School presented Eating a Rainbow Wrap at the Toronto District School Board's MY HEALTH MY CHOICE: Lifestyle Choices, Healthy Eating student leadership conference on October 6, 2010 at the Royal Ontario Museum.
One out of three children in Toronto live in poverty. More than 110,000 TDSB students rely on breakfast, snack and lunch programs just to make it through the day. That’s part of the reason why the Toronto Foundation for Student Success (TFSS), an arms length charity of the TDSB, is hosting a week of events dedicated to feeding Toronto’s hungry students and hungry minds.
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