Join the #Toonies4Tummies Twitter Chat Feb 1 @ 9PM ET

January 20 2017


Did you know, one in five children go to school hungry in Canada?!

Join the conversation about the need and impact of student nutrition programs with our Toonies for Tummies Ambassador, Tracy Moore from Cityline! We'll be on Twitter with Tracy and Shannon from Shasher's Life on February 1st at 9pm ET. RSVP below in order to be entered to win one of six $100 gift cards.

Follow the ‪#‎Toonies4Tummies‬ hashtag and help us feed better futures!

This program, brought to you by The Grocery Foundation, helps support school nutrition programs which are available to more than 800,000 children across Ontario. New for 2017, we've expanded the Toonies for Tummies program with the help of Save-on-Foods and The Breakfast Club of Canada to the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia.

This year our goal is to raise $850,000. Donate a toonie at participating retailers in Ontario, Save-on-Foods in BC, AB, SK, and MB or online between February 9-23, 2017 and help make a difference in school-aged children in your community! You can track your donation on our Toonies for Tummies website. 100% of monies raised go back in full to programs in the region(s) where they are collected.

You must RSVP for the Twitter Party if you wish to be entered to win a gift card in the provided link below by adding your Twitter username and link to your Twitter profile. Winners must be the age of majority from BC, AB, SK, MB, or ON. Gift cards are provided by Longos, Metro, and Save-on-Foods. Read the Rules & Regulations here.



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