During COVID, Brant Food For Thought has pivoted operations to support families with school-aged children and youth with nutritious foods, whether they are learning in the school setting or virtually from home. If your family needs additional support at this time, and your school operates a student nutrition program, please speak to your school Principal. We are also building the capacity of local food banks and community agencies to support vulnerable families with children and youth. To access this support and find a location near you, click on this link:
Welcome To Brant Food For Thought!
Brant Food For Thought is the lead agency that supports and facilitates Student Nutrition Programs in elementary and secondary schools in Brantford and the County of Brant. We believe that good nutrition contributes to a child’s ability to learn and that all children and youth should have equitable access to the most nutritious foods possible. Brant Food For Thought is investing in our children and youth today, for a healthy and vibrant community tomorrow!
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Pictured above (L to R): Shelley Callander, VP Jean Vanier Catholic Elementary School; Liz Lymburner, EA; Nancy Waldschmidt, Community Development Coordinator, Brant Food For Thought; Deb Noonan, EA; Julie Phee, EA; Chloe Costa, Breakfast [...]
Pictured above (back row L to R): Shelley McIntyre, Regional Director, FirstOntario Credit Union; Sherron Birkett, Board President, Brant Food For Thought; Judy Maidment, Volunteer Development Coordinator, Brant Food For Thought; Michèle Oriente, Secretary [...]
Pictured above (L to R): Judy Maidment, Volunteer Development Coordinator, Brant Food For Thought; Kristin Pass, Executive Director, Braemar House School. Braemar House School held their Annual "Thanks-For-Giving" Food Drive in support of [...]