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in partnership with the Halton community we feed students healthy food so they can achieve academic success
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Thank you to everyone who made this year’s annual breakfast gala such an incredible success. It was truly inspiring to feel the passion for our cause in the room. From students and volunteers to donors and political allies, we felt the love from all of our... read more
Congratulations! Many thanks to the winners of our annual Partner Awards. Without your dedication to Student Nutrition Programs our programs would not be possible. Thank you! Oakville Volunteer of the year Stacey Bean and Jill O’Reilly from St. Dominic’s Catholic... read more
Halton Food for Thought is pleased to unveil a whole new brand for the 2015-16 school year. After feeding Halton students for almost 20 years (our big anniversary will happen in 2017), we decided it was time to update ourselves from the inside out. With a fresh new... read more
- Lots of fresh produce in season at Halton Farms! Find out where to go from @regionofHalton website http://t.co/OH4XzJs332
2 days ago
- RT @townofoakville: Set up underway for the Oakville Children's Festival. Sunscreen and water bottle a must today. See you soon! http://t.c…
13 days ago
- RT @oakvillewfm: Be sure to stop by and say hello, we're at the Oakville Children's Festival with crafts & healthy snacks @townofoakville
13 days ago
62% of all Halton students have access to a Student Nutrition Program
Students in the 2013-14 school year
It costs just $1 to feed a student breakfast each day.