By Cecilia Nasmith, Northumberland Today
COBOURG – Northumberland Food For Thought provides big benefits to local students on a bare-bones budget.
Representatives Kimberley Leadbeater and Susan Greenwood attended Cobourg Council this week to ask for $300 to assist them with a special project, but first offered some information on the work they do.
The non-profit organization has representation from the health unit, school boards, municipalities,… Continue reading
Local News: Lending Its Support… Again – Student Nutrition Programs Continue to Benefit From Local Credit Union’s Ongoing Generosity
(NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY) – A local credit union is showing tendencies on which you can bank.
That is how Northumberland Food For Thought would characterize the ongoing support that a financial institution in Cobourg demonstrates year-after-year.
Kawartha Credit Union in Cobourg recently donated $2,000 to support the work of Northumberland Food For Thought (NFFT), the non-profit partnership that coordinates 38 student nutrition programs at local schools. The money will be used to help these programs purchase… Continue reading
– Cameco Recognized for Its Ongoing Support of Student Nutrition Programs in Northumberland –
(NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY) – Their business is to supply fuel for nuclear power plants, but Cameco Corporation is also helping to power student learning in local classrooms.
This year marks the eighth straight year that Cameco has made a donation to Northumberland Food For Thought and its nearly 40 student nutrition programs in the area. Over the past eight years, Cameco has… Continue reading
Posted on November 28, 2014 11:39
– Proceeds from 100-Mile Diet Event Latest Example of Community Generosity to Help Student Learning –
(NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY) – Some Grafton-area residents who promote locally-grown food are sharing the fruit of their labours to help fuel student learning in this area.
Members of St. Andrew’s United Church in Grafton recently donated $1,139 to Northumberland Food For Thought (NFFT). The money, raised from the 100-Mile Diet Event organized by the… Continue reading
– Local Credit Union Kicks in Support Again For Student Nutrition Programs in the Area –
(NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY) – Credit a local financial institution for being consistent with its support of student nutrition programs in the area.
A $2,000 donation from Kawartha Credit Union’s Cobourg Branch will help student nutrition programs with food purchases, or to upgrade equipment and appliances.Kawartha Credit Union is no stranger to assisting programs that… Continue reading
– ATV Riders Kick Financial Support into High Gear with Donation to Student Nutrition Programs –
(NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY) – You could say some local ATV riders are driven individuals when it comes to ensuring students do not run on empty in school.
– Student Nutrition Programs in Northumberland Benefit Yet Again From Cameco’s Support –
(NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY) – The ongoing generosity of a large employer in the area will once again help to fuel learning in local classrooms.
For the seventh straight year, Cameco Corporation has made a donation to help support the work of Northumberland Food for Thought and its 38 student nutrition programs in the area. These nutrition programs… Continue reading
-Dedicated Volunteers Celebrated For Their Work to Support Local School Nutrition Programs-
(NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY) – A dedicated group of volunteers is making a world of difference right in their own backyards.
Northumberland Food For Thought is celebrating the work of its volunteers and supporters who donate their time at 38 school nutrition programs in the area. It is estimated that these volunteers contribute more than 45,000 hours each… Continue reading
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– Another Year, Another Donation From Organizers of 100-Mile Diet Event –
(NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY) – While the 100-Mile Diet Event in Grafton showcases locally-grown food each fall, it also continues to put food on the table for area students using nutrition programs.
Members of St. Andrew’s United Church in Grafton recently donated $715 to Northumberland Food For Thought. The money, raised from the 100-Mile Diet Event organized by the church this… Continue reading