The Healthy Kids Community Challenge
Introducing Theme 3: Choose to Boost Veggies & Fruit
Make fruits & vegetables part of every meal and snack! The Canada Food Guide recommends that kids eat at least five servings of vegetables and fruit every day, but most children are not meeting this goal.
Produce is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, fiber and nutrients which provides kids with the overall energy they need to be physically active! Veggies & fruit are essential to kid’s health and are a great choice to satisfy hunger at any time of the day!
Find your Service Area
We serve individuals and families living in the area bounded to the north by Steeles Avenue, to the south by Dixon Road, to the west by Highway 427 and to the East by the Humber River.
We offer services to residents in the Humber-Downsview area; from Steeles Avenue West (North) to Wilson Avenue (South) and from Humber River (West) to Bathurst Street (East).
We offer services to residents of Flemingdon, Thorncliffe, Victoria Village and Riverdale living between O’Connor Drive (north) and Lakeshore Boulevard (south); the Don Valley Parkway (west) and Coxwell Avenue (east).
Want to learn how to grow healthy fruits and vegetables in your own garden? Become a member at the Black Creek Garden Resource! You can pre-order sees and seedlings for your garden before May 20th. Seedlings are provided by 3 local farms and with your...
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The Healthy Kids Community Challenge has launched it’s latest theme to encourage a healthy diet and lifestyle among Ontario’s children and youth. ‘Choose to Boost Veggies and Fruit’ is a great way to include delicious fruit and vegetables...
The South Riverdale Community Health Centre (SRCHC) is the lead agency of the Healthy Kids Community Challenge in Danforth-East York. SRCHC first opened its doors in 1976, in a former police station with a small staff of three health care professionals, cleaners and a...