Ace Bakery employees have a lot of fun while trying to raise money for TFSS' after school program, beyond 3:30.
Lisa Day compiles 'Food News' for the month of October, including the Wrap Up with Rice Culinary Contest.
Dream Serenade, a benefit concert at Massey Hall Oct. 25, with proceeds going to Toronto’s Beverley School, a facility that supports children with developmental and physical disabilities.
Mary Luz Mejia, food explorer, traveller, writer/editor, writes about 'Why Hunger Hurts' and her involvement at feed tomorrow 2014.
Kim and Dewey Photography took fantastic pictures at our feed tomorrow event on Thursday, October 9, 2014.
Mary Tang, food blogger and cast member of W Network's food show, Pressure Cooker, writes an overview about the feed tomorrow VIP bus tour and reception.
Rita DeMontis, National Food Editor for the SUN MEDIA chain was a judge at feed tomorrow's Wrap Up with Rice Culinary Competition. She wrote about the event in the Sun newspaper: "Toronto Students Play Nice With Rice".
Lori Bosworth,Creator/Editor of Torontonicity.com, writes about the feed tomorrow event held at Windup Bird Cafe.
Alexa Clark writes about the Wrap Up with Rice Culinary Contest on unsweetened.ca.
Sang Kim is a restaurateur, chef and food literacy advocate, who discussed the importance of having nutritious food within the public school system based on his personal experiences with food scarcity growing up in the Jane and Finch community.
Carole Nelson Brown, writer for The Yum Yum Factor, joined us for feed tomorrow and writes about the two events she attended.
Just Skinner, Inside Toronto, writes about the Wrap Up with Rice Culinary Contest.
Dream Serenade, a concert presented and curated by Toronto songwriter, Hayden Desser and his wife Christie Greyerbiehl, in support of services for children with developmental disabilities.
Dr. Rosana Pellizzari, Medical Officer of Health for Peterborough City and County, writes about the importance of breakfast programs as an asset for all students that contributes to their health, academic and personal success.
NDP leadership candidate, Rachel Notley, said her government would immediately introduce a $60-million pilot program to feed Alberta’s poorest children. School teachers battle hunger in their classrooms every day because Alberta is the only province in Canada without a school breakfast and lunch program.
Canada’s Top 20 Under 20™ is Youth In Motion’s signature national program, which recognizes 20 young people across the country chosen by the Order of Canada for their exceptional leadership, innovation and achievements. Among the recipients are 3 outstanding teenage nutrition and education advocates.
Dixon Grove Junior Middle School has just launched a lunch program run by volunteer parents and students who prepare the meals in a converted classroom now a kitchen. The program makes sure that students get proper cooked meals.
The Marlies and TDSB schools win together!
Susan Hay profiles The Gift of Sight and Sound as part of her Making a Difference series.
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!
ClearlyContacts.ca CEO Roger Hardy came to visit a dispensing clinic for TFSS' Sprott Asset Management Gift of Sight and Sound Program, to celebrate his company having given over 5,000 glasses to students in need.
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