The Kindness Project

The Kindness Project

This is the story of Leeim who came up with a KINDNESS PROJECT which consists of putting labels on the various Nutrition for Learning food items in the Courtland Avenue School student nutrition program.  Everyone receives a nice little message such as HAVE A GOOD DAY...
We Can and We Will

We Can and We Will

 “We Can and We Will” How the partnership with Nutrition for Learning is helping students in a Cambridge school grow and learn. Students come to school each and every day with needs. Hunger and appropriately meeting the nutritional needs of children is top of the...
Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday

Right now, it’s estimated that as many as 1 in 3 children are at risk of going to school on an empty stomach. By supporting a student for a year, a month or a week, you’re making it possible for them to be nourished by fresh fruit, protein, and dairy as...
Nutrition for Learning Week

Nutrition for Learning Week

Announcing – Nutrition for Learning Week  (December 6 to 10, 2021) Community is what makes us different and we feel everyone has a rightful place at the table and should be given the opportunity to shine. Nutrition for Learning Week, initiatives and partnerships...
Thank You Hendrix Genetics

Thank You Hendrix Genetics

“Creating a brighter future, setting the standard, these are statements synonymous with the team at Hendrix Genetics, as the Executive Director at Nutrition for Learning we truly understand the hard work and dedication one needs in building a brighter future. I would...
Monthly Donors

Monthly Donors

Monthly giving is a great way to include charitable donations in your budget. Giving a small amount such as $10 each month feels more palatable than dropping $120 at the end of year donation. It’s so easy to pay with a credit card and have your donation come directly...
Did you know

Did you know

Students indicated that the snack program helped them to eat healthier by motivating them (74%), eating more fruit (86%), and making better dietary choices (68%). – Skinner et al. 2012 In Ontario, 1 in 9 children lives in poverty. Meanwhile, rates of diabetes...
Welcome from our new EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Welcome from our new EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

I am honored and humbled to have joined Nutrition for Learning as the Executive Director, we all owe a tremendous amount of gratitude to Mary D’Alton the out going Executive Director for her years of commitment and strong leadership that has left Nutrition for...
Back to School – Back to You

Back to School – Back to You

We are all enjoying this summer break but we are also aware and preparing for September which is only a few weeks away. We look forward to our Student Nutrition Programs to be operational again in school classrooms once again in September. For everyone’s safety at...
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