COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Service Change: Working with the Child and Youth Network to redistribute food (through Ministry funds) to students * food is being distributed in lieu of the school nutrition programs.

London/Middlesex

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The Western Fair Administration Building
316 Rectory St
London, ON
N5W 3V9
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519-521-5976 or 519-671-6258
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Last Updated: Nov 2, 2023: Suggest an edit

Application

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Executives

Katherine Hogendoorn - Community Development Coordinator
katherine.hogendoorn@von.ca

Languages

English

Area Served

London and Middlesex County

Accessibility Note

Offered at various locations throughout the community

Description of Services

Community-based student nutrition programs with a large voluntary component * tools and resources for elementary, secondary and alternative schools to start and operate nutrition programs * school breakfast, snack or lunch programs

Community partners:
  • City of London
  • Cooking for Kids, London InterCommunity Health Centre
  • Investing in Children
  • London District Catholic School Board
  • MayCourt Club of London
  • Middlesex-London Health Unit
  • Thames Valley District School Board
  • Conseil Scolaire Viamonde
  • Conseil Scolaire Catholique Providence
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About Us

We believe that it is essential for these programs to be open to all students. Every student can benefit from having access to nutritious foods at school. There are many reasons that prevent children from attending school well nourished and ready to learn, including: hectic morning routines (dual working parents), early morning sports practices, long bus rides (especially for students in the county), and financial difficulties.

Last Updated: Nov 2, 2023: Suggest an edit
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