The Grocery Foundation kicked off the 2020 Tooonies for Tummies campaign today and Grocery Foundation executive director Shaun McKenna announced the launch of a "Match Funds" opportunity for online donations made to the Foundation.
McKenna says that up to $10,000 will be made by The Grocery Foundation on behalf of the Toonies for Tummies 2020 campaign sponsors and retailers.
Images below are from a November 21 Toonies for Tummies breakfast held at Michael Power St. Joseph High School in Etobicoke. Participating suppliers from the food and beverage industry and grocery retailers pepared approximately 400 breakfasts for students.
L to R: Corey Snider, Lactalis Canada; Ingrid Rodriguez, Jan K. Overweel; Trustee Markus de Domenico; John Yan, Angel Foundation for Learning
L to R: David Read, Rudolph's Bakeries; Melissa Leonetti, Mondelēz; Kevin Lehman, Metro; Elise Nicholson, PepsiCo
L to R: Doug Nathanson and Michael Medline, Sobeys; Shaun McKenna, Grocery Foundation; Tom Gunter, TAG Marketplace
L to R: Kassandra Falvo, Keurig Dr Pepper; Anthony Longo, Longos; Flora Cifelli, School Superintendent; George Kioussis, Metro; Rob Koss, Longos; Ananda Freake, Pepsico; Tony Chow, Kellogg
L to R: Kevin Lehman, Metro; Enrique Larez, Lactalis; Sal Galle, Metro; Dan Touseant, Kruger; Elise Nicholson, Conagra
L to R: Michael Forgione, Longos; Renee Hopfner, Sobeys; Sue Hudson, Burnbrae; Chantelle Nowak, Conagra; Kostas Kapralos, Lassonde; Mimma Guild, Maple Leaf Foods
Michael Power High School students at the Toonies for Tummies Breakfast - 1
Michael Power High School students at the Toonies for Tummies Breakfast - 2
L to R: Mike Rose, Metro; Leanne Sears, Made Good; Trevor Nichols, Maple Lodge Farms; Marlon Villanueva, Buddig
L to R: Nick D'Avella, TCDSB; Steve Turner, Kruger; Josh Adams, Maple Leaf Foods;Minerva Acevedo, McCormick Canada
L to R: Stephane Mercier, Kraft Heinz; Doug Nathanson, Sobeys; Tom Gunter, TAG Marketplace