Thank You for supporting feed tomorrow week 2017!

A great big “thank you” to all who supported the 13th annual feed tomorrow week – we couldn’t do it without you. 
With the support of a declaration from Toronto City Council and hundreds of volunteers, including students, politicians, donors and public figures, the week of events was a resounding success as we united communities across Toronto in a common cause: to raise awareness about child hunger right here in our city, raise money for the urgent needs of our students and to help build a better tomorrow for Toronto's vulnerable children.

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Hunger stands in the way of student success, says Toronto foundation

With roughly one in three Toronto kids living in poverty and 40 per cent coming to school hungry every day, it’s nearly impossible for far too many youngsters to be at their best throughout the school day. Hunger is a serious problem that affects grades, behaviour and graduation rates, and with Toronto holding the dubious title of Canada’s child poverty capital two years running according to a study released last year by a group of social service agencies, the issue seems unlikely to abate.

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TDSB breakfast program aims to raise awareness about child hunger

Students across the city have been baking up a storm all week as part of a campaign to raise funds and awareness about child hunger in Toronto. Tammie Sutherland with how the “feed tomorrow” program is helping kids learn on a full stomach.

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Feed Tomorrow Week: Junior Chefs, 11 to 14 Years Old, Competing in Hands-On-Cooking Competition

Junior Chefs' Culinary Cook Off - Three teams of four to five students will compete in a one-hour, hands-on cooking competition in front of a panel of judges, including chefs, “foodies” and media on Friday, October 20, 2017.  The competition starts at 10 a.m.

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Feed Tomorrow: Students Prepare and Sell Breakfasts to Support their Peers

Breakfast for Breakfast - Secondary students will prepare and sell breakfasts in their school to support their peers across the TDSB. Students will gain volunteer hours and proceeds will go towards supporting Student Nutrition Programs.

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Feed Tomorrow: VIP Guests Visit School Nutrition Programs “Student Style”

Nutrition Program Bus Tour - A group of VIPs will travel on school buses, “student style”, to two public schools where they will see nutrition programs in action. They will meet with community volunteers and children and learn first-hand about the needs these programs address.

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ACE Bakery Staff Supporting After-School Program

As part of their staff-led fundraising initiative, ACE Bakery staff will deliver 6-foot long baguettes to all 18 beyond 3:30 after-school program sites and work with our Junior Chefs to prepare amazing creations that will be enjoyed by all during snack time. Carleton Village Junior and Senior Sports and Wellness Academy, 315 Osler St., is “Snackdown Central”.

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Feed Tomorrow Week: Students and Chefs Raise Awareness about Child Hunger

TORONTO, October 16, 2017 – One out of three children here in Toronto lives in poverty and over 195,000 students rely on breakfast, snacks, or lunch served at 820 school-based nutrition programs to make it through the school day. The Toronto Foundation for Student Success (TFSS), the independent registered charitable organization that provides support for Toronto District School Board (TDSB) students, will be hosting a week of events dedicated to feeding Toronto’s hungry students and nourishing hungry minds.

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Media Release: Feed Tomorrow VIP Guests Visit School Nutrition Programs “Student Style”

MEDIA RELEASE
TO ALL ASSIGNMENT EDITORS/EDUCATION EDITORS

For Immediate Release

Feed Tomorrow: VIP Guests Visit School Nutrition Programs “Student Style”

TORONTO, October 18, 2016.  As part of the 12th annual feed tomorrow week, hosted by the Toronto Foundation for Student Success, VIPs will meet at St. Lawrence Market, board school buses and travel to two schools, Rose Avenue JPS and Brock PS, to see a breakfast program in action. At Rose Avenue JPS, The Hon. Michael Coteau, Minister of Children and Youth Services and Minister Responsible for Anti-Racism will speak about the importance of nutrition programs. The school visits will be followed by a reception at the St. Lawrence Market, with food provided by the St. Lawrence Market Merchants.

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Media Release: Feed Tomorrow Week October 17-21

TO ALL ASSIGNMENT EDITORS/EDUCATION EDITORS

For Immediate Release

Feed Tomorrow Week: Students and Chefs Raise Awareness about Child Hunger

 

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Media Release: Feed Tomorrow Week October 19-23

Posted 2015-09-30
Category Events

Feed Tomorrow Week: Students and Chefs Raise Awareness About Child Hunger

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We've been SNAP'd!

Posted 2014-11-03
Category News

Feed Tomorrow events in Snapd Newspaper

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Inside Toronto: Food News, including winning recipe, "Jacked Up Jerk"

Posted 2014-10-28
Category News

Lisa Day compiles 'Food News' for the month of October, including the Wrap Up with Rice Culinary Contest.

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Mary Luz Mejia: Why Hunger Hurts

Posted 2014-10-22
Category News

Mary Luz Mejia, food explorer, traveller, writer/editor, writes about 'Why Hunger Hurts' and her involvement at feed tomorrow ​2014.

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Kim & Dewey Photography

Posted 2014-10-21
Category Events

Kim and Dewey Photography took fantastic pictures at our feed tomorrow event on Thursday, October 9, 2014.  

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Mary's Happy Belly: feed tomorrow event overview

Posted 2014-10-20
Category News

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. 

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Lori Bosworth: feed tomorrow event at Windup Bird Cafe

Posted 2014-10-15
Category News

Lori Bosworth,Creator/Editor of Torontonicity.com, writes about the feed tomorrow event held at Windup Bird Cafe.

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The Yum Yum Factor: feed tomorrow week

Posted 2014-10-10
Category News

Carole Nelson Brown, writer for The Yum Yum Factor, joined us for feed tomorrow and writes about the two events she attended.

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Feed Tomorrow 2014 Media Release

Posted 2014-10-05
Category Events

Feed Tomorrow 2014 Official Media Release

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Food News- Inside Toronto

Posted 2014-09-30
Category News

Feed tomorrow news on Inside Toronto.

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Feed Tomorrow 2013 a Huge Success!

Posted 2013-11-11
Category Events

Read all about Feed Tomorrow 2013, this year's edition of our annual fundraising and awareness campaign that brought in over $1 million!

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Feed Tomorrow 2013 in Full Swing!

Posted 2013-10-10
Category Events

Three successful days so far in Feed Tomorrow Week. Two more big days to go!

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Feed Tomorrow Week Kicks Off with a Bang!

Posted 2013-10-07
Category Events

Feed Tomorrow Week is officially underway, and what a start we had at Morse St. PS with cp24 and Celebrity Chef Jamie Kennedy!

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Feed Tomorrow Oct 7-11, 2013

Posted 2013-06-29
Category Events

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.

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