One in three children in Toronto lives in poverty.
We believe that if we improve the health and well-being of our children, they will do better in school. And, if they do better in school, they will have a better future.
Our work creates real results
million invested in students
meals served daily
students in our after-school program
free glasses provided to children yearly
How we help
During the week of Oct. 21 to 25, 2019, we will kick-start our 15th annual Feed Tomorrow Week, one of the largest awareness campaigns of its kind for student hunger and nutrition programs in 2019.
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From the blog
In Canada, 20 percent of children—more than 1.4 million—live in poverty, according to Campaign 2000, a network of organizations working to end family poverty. If kids are going to school hungry, their behaviours can be exacerbated; they may be irritable and unable to...
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau announced the creation of a national food policy last week, including the first steps towards the creation of a National School Food Program.
The prices of fresh vegetables are 17 percent higher than a year ago, compared to the average inflation rate of 2.4 percent.