No one should have to make the choice between paying their rent or buying food, but as unemployment increases due to COVID-19, and food costs continue to rise, that’s what’s happening. Many families are struggling to keep food on the table and children need support to make sure they are nourished and ready to learn. To help support children in need, click here.
- Ontario to Invest $5 Million in Student Nutrition Programming | A Statement from SNO
- Food insecurity among Canadian school-age children jumps by nearly 30% | Toronto Star
- Advocates, teacher unions call for free school breakfast, lunch for Ontario students | CityNews
- Rising food prices hit more than your grocery bill | About That
- Promise for more national school food program funding falls through the cracks in federal budget | Globe and Mail