The Grocery Foundation does much more than feed hungry children. It nourishes their potential and their wellbeing.
Our funding helps to ensure tens of thousands of school-aged children and youth have universal access to proper nutrition while at school. We do this through Foundation grants, industry donations and fundraising events, and through campaigns like Toonies for Tummies where the public and industry rally together. 100% of donations made through this campaign go directly to kids and youth in the communities where the funds are collected.
We also conduct a number of programs, including our School Voucher program, which helps make nutritious foods more affordable to programs.
Our industry and the network of student nutrition programs are focused on making a positive impact through fundraising, grants and donations and on engaging communities in this cause. In 2016, we launched our Agents of Change Program with teens from across Ontario and are actively working to continue to engage them in our efforts and vision, helping to feed a healthier generation and their futures.
Charitable Foundation of the Ontario Grocery Industry Operating as The Grocery Foundation is a non-profit Foundation registered in the province of Ontario (Canada).
Charitable Registration Number: 12697 6711 RR0001
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A Toonie is all it takes to fill a hungry tummy. Please donate and help children in your region.
Celebrating it 38th year and with over 3700 guests in attendance, the Grocery Foundation’s Night to Nurture Gala took place February 4, 2017 in Toronto, and raised almost $2 million to support the work of The Grocery Foundation and Kids Help Phone.