Toonies for Tummies Feeding Kids in School The Breakfast Club – FSNFE meeting notes 11 Feb 2015


Toonies for Tummies Feeding Kids in School The Breakfast Club – FSNFE meeting notes 11 Feb 2015

toonies for tummies - the breakfast club - feeding kids at school province of ontario - FSNFE food security network fort erie linda randall

toonies for tummies – the breakfast club – feeding kids at school province of ontario – FSNFE food security network fort erie linda randall

toonies for tummies – the breakfast club – feeding kids at school province of ontario – FSNFE food security network fort erie linda randall

source
http://www.canadiangrocer.com/top-stories/toonies-for-tummies-looks-for-industry-sponsors-43263

the idea girl says
Fabulous news!

In our fight against poverty corporations are coming together to help us! Thanks so much!

FSNFE Food Security Network Fort Erie meeting notes 11 Feb 2015 – people give a $2 donation while out shopping for their groceries. And they get a coupon book for $11.25. (I don’t know if they pay that much or it’s worth that much – sorry I forgot to ask!)

Some of the participants here in Fort Erie are Sobey’s, No Frills (food basics? – not sure which one) and so on…

They raise money to feed kids at school

province of ontario
Niagara Nutrition Partners

http://www.niagaranutritionpartners.ca/

The Grocery Foundation

http://groceryfoundation.com/

sponsor companies

the grocery coupons are good until the end of JULY 2015.

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The 2015 Toonies for Tummies campaign runs in participating grocery stores in Ontario and Atlantic Canada next February. They include Sobeys, Metro, Food Basics, Foodland, Freshco, Longo’s, Colemans, Co-op Atlantic and Galati Market.

This year, the Toonies for Tummies campaign raised $864,000. More than 400,000 shoppers made a donation.

A microsite at TooniesForTummies.ca lets consumers in Ontario track their donations to local schools and, in Atlantic Canada, identify the local groups involved in providing meals.

The microsite was set up in response to a survey of consumers by Leger Canada and The Grocery Foundation that revealed more than 87 per cent would be more likely to give to charity if they knew where their donation was going.

source of quote

http://www.canadiangrocer.com/top-stories/toonies-for-tummies-looks-for-industry-sponsors-43263

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