Over 1.2 million meals per month are provided to more than 60,000 students each day through the Angel Foundation’s Student Nutrition Programs.
Each program is unique and a reflection of its community. Student Nutrition Programs (SNPs) are operated in schools by volunteers. Each program is universally offered to all students, serving 3 food groups, 5 days a week.
Some proven benefits of these programs are that they:
There are a variety of reasons why children come to school hungry, including:
Municipal and provincial government grants subsidize approximately 25% of the costs associated with running SNPs. Each school provides the balance through fundraising, parent donations and corporate donations.
You can direct your donation to the Student Nutrition Program Wing of Support through our Canada Helps page.
Do You Have a Passion for Helping Children and Youth?
Are you interested in Student Health and Nutrition?
Help us in the fight against hunger and poverty.
Become a Student Nutrition Program volunteer at your local school.
Contact the school principal to inquire about becoming a volunteer.
Many schools are unable to offer these important programs, or they have had to scale back their programs because they need more volunteers.
Help us to ensure that all students have access to nutritious meals and snacks throughout the school day.
We can’t do it without you.
Or purchasing a limited edition Hunger shirt: CLICK HERE
SNP volunteer coordinators are required to report to the Nutrition Managers at the Angel Foundation for Learning (AFL) on a monthly basis using the SNP Monthly Financial Reports. The AFL in turn must report to the Municipal and the Provincial government.
If you have any questions, please contact Iris Martinez, Operations and Programs Manager.
SNP Monthly Financial Report Training Session
To Be Announced.