TORONTO, 23 November 2016 – Thanks to a former Toronto student and his family, thousands of at-risk students are learning to cook, finishing their homework and getting fit at beyond 3:30 after-school programs and being nourished through their Feeding Hungry Minds student nutrition program.
SNAP Scarborough came out to Charles Gordon Senior Public School to join the Hadden Family Foundation as they presented a cheque for $150,000.
Glenn Hadden, a Scarborough born-and-raised global financier wants to “close the opportunity gap” through education.
Susan Hay from Global News visits TFSS' beyond 3:30 program at Joseph Brant Public School for her 'Making a Difference' segment.
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.
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