ONEXONE First Nations School Breakfast Program Presentation


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ONEXONE First Nations School Breakfast Program Presentation

  1. 1. Feeding  our   Children:  First  Na3ons  School   Breakfast  Program  
  2. 2. ABOUT ONEXONEVISIONONEXONE was founded with the philosophy that everysingle life is precious and that as individuals we canmake profound changes in the lives of other humanbeings, ONE by ONEMISSIONONEXONE’s mission is to improve the lives of childrenin Canada, the USA, Haiti and around the world withprograms dedicated to five fundamental pillars: water,health, education, play and foodDuring the last seven years, ONEXONE worldwide hascommitted over $16 million dollars to its partners anddirectly sponsored programs
  3. 3. THE BEGINNING•  In  November  2007,  ONEXONE  and  the  Assembly  of  First  Na=ons   (AFN)  partner  together  to  implement  a  na=onal  environmental   assessment  on  nutri=on  programs  and  policies  in  FN  schools  •  In  2008  ONEXONE  partnered  with  PEPSI  and  10  schools  are  selected   to  par=cipate  in  a  pilot  project  (Yukon,  BC,  Manitoba,  Ontario)  •  Upon  comple=on  in  2009,  ONEXONE  prepared  a  report  “Evalua=on   of  the  ONEXONE  First  Na=ons  School  Breakfast  Program”  •  ASer  the  ini=al  evalua=on  ONEXONE  was  determined  and   commiTed  to  increasing  food  literacy  and  nutri=on  in  FN  schools   ensuring  the  availability  of  healthy  food  to  all  First  Na=ons  children   in  the  school  seUng  
  4. 4. QUICK FACTS 2011-2012 •  Over  3000  school  children  are  having  a   morning  meal  every  day   •  7  of  20  schools  receive  Quaker/Dole  and   we  are  working  to  expand  this  number   •  11  of  20  schools  are  isolated/fly  in   communi=es   •  Food  cost:  approximately  $1.00  per  meal   •  Food  cost  in  schools  that  have  a  Pepsi   partnership:  approximately  $0.50  per   meal  
  5. 5. BREAKFASTA  healthy  breakfast  =  Quaker/Dole  products  (if  eligible)  +  purchased  food  +    support  provided  by  ONEXONE  
  6. 6. NAME OF SCHOOL COMMUNITY/ #STUDENTS LOCATION Indian Spring School Swan Lake, MB 90 (ABM) Abraham Beardy Memorial Shamattawa, MB 250 Hans Helgesen Elementary Victoria, BC 60 Kopahawakenum Meadow Lake, SK 104 Wasaho First Nation School Forth Severn, ON 65 Brunswick House School Chapleau, ON 35 Peetabeck Academy Fort Albany, ON 200 Deer Lake School Deer Lake, ON 232 ABE Scratch Memorial School Poplar Hill, ON 125 2011/2012 (JFE)Jhon Field Elementary Hazelton, BC 165 Our (SAS) St. Andrews School Francine J. Welsley Kashechewan, ON KashecheWan, ON 437 150Community Mine Center Public School Harley Bay Elementary Mine Centre, ON Hartley Bay, BC. 75 35 Dog Creek Elementary & Rosie Canoe Creek Indian, BC 40 partners Seymour Junior Obishikokaan Lac Seul, ON 98 Makwa Sahgaiehcan Firs Nation Loon Lake, SK 460 Sakastew School Pukatawagon, MB 560 Dokis First Nation Dokis, ON 35 Venezia Secondary School Attawapiskat, ON 158 TOTAL 3374
  7. 7. First Nations School Breakfast Program■  Pepsi-Supported Schools & Schools Applying for Pepsi Support■  Schools With No Current Pepsi Support■  Schools Pending Approval
  8. 8. The processSchool  makes  applica=on  to  show:   •  Need   •  Vision     •  Plan  (  coordinator,  separate   bank  account,  menu,   kitchen  inspec=on)  
  9. 9. How it works•  Receive  and   review   applica=ons  on  a   con=nuous  basis.  •  Ongoing  support   of  the  program  
  10. 10. Benefits•  Improved student behaviour-“the children were more alert, not tired, not complaining, not hungry and had better behaviour” •  Increased health and nutrition for students-“the children were getting better nutrition” and “it was a learning experience for the students – they are learning about nutrition” •  Improved concentration/energy-“the students are able to concentrate better and cooperate more at school with breakfast” •  Increased food security–“it is difficult to get food here because people don’t have vehicles, so the breakfast program helped students to have access to breakfast” and “the students feel secure because they know they will get breakfast and they know that it helps them”
  11. 11. THANK YOU !For  further  informa=on  please  contact:   An  Richardson,   Angela  Analok,   60  Bloor  Street  West,  Suite  401   Toronto,  Ontario,  M4W  3B8   416.901.1291