Feed Tomorrow 2015
Feed Tomorrow 2015 On October 21st, I joined the Toronto Foundation For Student Success (TFSS) again this year to celebrate their 11th annual Feed Tomorrow week. The day started early at St. Lawrence Market in downtown Toronto, where a large cheque of $545,000 donated from the Breakfast Clubs of Canada was presented to the TFSS program. We then all hopped on the School Bus Tour that took us to Ryerson Community School, First Nations School of Toronto and Dundas Junior Public School to show us the nutritional program in each establishment. We met with community volunteers and children, and learn first-hand about the need these programs address. Feed Tomorrow week is here to raise awareness and collect pledges to help feed Toronto’s students, address issues of poverty, hunger, poor nutrition and their effect on kid’s education and growth. With the support from Toronto City Council, hundreds of volunteers, supporters and very generous sponsors, Feed Tomorrow week is the largest awareness campaign of its kind for student hunger and nutrition programs. The TFSS supports 160,000 nutritious meals every school day. These meals are provided through over 700 Student Nutrition Programs, primary school-based, where students eat a healthy breakfast, lunch or a […]
Feed Tomorrow | St. Lawrence Market
The Toronto Foundation For Student Success (TFSS) celebrated their 10th annual Feed Tomorrow week and I was proudly covering the School Bus Tour + ​​Reception event on October the 9th, at the St. Lawrence Market in downtown Toronto. With the support of a declaration from Toronto City Council, as well as hundreds of volunteers and very generous sponsors, Feed Tomorrow week is the largest awareness campaign of its kind for student hunger and nutrition programs. The TFSS supports 160,000 nutritious meals every school day. These meals are provided through over 700 Student Nutrition Programs, primary school-based, where students eat a healthy breakfast, lunch or a snack. School Bus Tour + ​​Reception – Nutrition Program donors, politicians, and people passionate about food spent a morning traveling ‘student style’ to two schools where they saw breakfast programs in action! Following the tour, guests arrived at a reception hosted by the St. Lawrence Market store owners and then joined in on a Sushi Making for the Soul workshop led by food literacy advocate, writer, and restaurateur, Sang Kim and beyond 3:30 students. Here are few pictures of this very special day. To learn more about the Feed Tomorrow program or to donate, please […]