Last night’s sold out showcase a ‘community competition where everyone wins’.
Finalists from 10 charities compete for prizes during Fast Pitch Final Showcase.
Can you make a difference in three minutes?
Kids attending the afterschool program at On the Move expand their palates and food knowledge, make better food choices – and love every minute of it.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg’s after-school program provides kids with engaging programming, great role models and nutritious snacks.
Broadway Neighbourhood Centre’s Kids Cooking program demonstrates kids often choose healthy foods if given the option.
So far no one has been complaining since Win Gardner Place, located in Winnipeg’s North End, banned pop and energy drinks.
“Meals for kids is more than a meal. It’s basically to connect with the kids, get to know them better; they can share with us what is going on in their lives.”
Spence neighbourhood kids make and enjoy healthier options at Cooking Club, just one of the programs that build a sense of belonging and ownership among kids downtown.
If it’s on the supermarket shelf, it’s food, so why isn’t it healthy? That’s the tough question Kids in the Kitchen participants want explained.