Breakfast Clubs of CanadaFirst Nations, Métis and Inuitprogram
Our MissionBreakfast Clubs of Canada’sdream is that all children have anequal chance to start their daywith a nutritious b...
Values, the core of our mission  Our action is based on values we  constantly promote through our  support and trainings: ...
More concretely…           • Funding to cover food             purchases           • Food donations           • Kitchen eq...
More concretely…           • Funding to cover food             purchases           • Food donations           • Kitchen eq...
Capacity building   • 6 level training program    -   Sustainable Foundation    -   Nutrition    -   Self-Esteem    -   Yo...
Our Criteria• A universal school program that  fosters self-esteem in a welcoming  environment• Promotion of complete, nut...
Our ever growing commitment towardsFirst Nations, Métis and Inuit since 2008…1 513 000 breakfasts per year9 206 students p...
BCC Breakfast programs in First Nations,             Métis and Inuit communitiesTotal FNMI breakfast clubs: 70Total FNMI c...
We couldn’t do it without them!                               •   Walmart                               •   Costco        ...
Impact“I like eggs, cheerios,carrots – these are goodfoods and it’s not sugar. Itmakes me feel healthy.”Whitefish bay stud...
Thank you!
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Breakfast Clubs of Canada Presentation

  1. 1. Breakfast Clubs of CanadaFirst Nations, Métis and Inuitprogram
  2. 2. Our MissionBreakfast Clubs of Canada’sdream is that all children have anequal chance to start their daywith a nutritious breakfast inan environment thatpromotes self-esteem.
  3. 3. Values, the core of our mission Our action is based on values we constantly promote through our support and trainings: • Inclusion • Friendliness • Integrity • Respect • Mutual aid
  4. 4. More concretely… • Funding to cover food purchases • Food donations • Kitchen equipment • Food distribution logistic support
  5. 5. More concretely… • Funding to cover food purchases • Food donations • Kitchen equipment • Food distribution logistic support
  6. 6. Capacity building • 6 level training program - Sustainable Foundation - Nutrition - Self-Esteem - Youth Engagement - Volunteerism - Community Building • Dream & Heroes project • Leadership camps
  7. 7. Our Criteria• A universal school program that fosters self-esteem in a welcoming environment• Promotion of complete, nutritious meals every school day• Made possible by volunteers and school breakfast program committees• Program data and financial reporting submitted on a monthly basiswww.breakfastclubscanada.org
  8. 8. Our ever growing commitment towardsFirst Nations, Métis and Inuit since 2008…1 513 000 breakfasts per year9 206 students per day70 on reserve programs
  9. 9. BCC Breakfast programs in First Nations, Métis and Inuit communitiesTotal FNMI breakfast clubs: 70Total FNMI children enrolled : 9,206Total breakfast served in FNMI communities: 1,513,817
  10. 10. We couldn’t do it without them! • Walmart • Costco • Air Canada • Astral Media • Minute Maid • Danone • Saputo • Kelloggs • Metro • 11 000 Volunteers“It takes a village to raise a child”
  11. 11. Impact“I like eggs, cheerios,carrots – these are goodfoods and it’s not sugar. Itmakes me feel healthy.”Whitefish bay student
  12. 12. Thank you!
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