Eat, learn, succeed!

That’s what student nutrition programs in Northumberland County are all about.

Hi! My name is Beth Kolisnyk and I am the Community Development Coordinator for Northumberland Food for Thought.

Last year close to 6000 students in Northumberland County benefited from a breakfast, lunch, or snack program at school. These programs are open to all and promote healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime.

Looking for a way to help your local school community? Interested in spending time with a fantastic group of dedicated volunteers? Then contact me to find a school in your area!

By coming together with a common goal... we can make sure that students in Northumberland County receive the food they need to be ready to learn.

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All donations are made through Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit.  The Health Unit provides NFFT with in-kind accounting services.  All donations are used by NFFT to assist Northumberland County Student Nutrition Programs.donatenow4 (2)

St. Andrew’s United Church

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November 18, 2013 13:57

– 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