Tower Gardens In the Humber-Downsview SchoolsThe Humber-Downsview region of the Healthy Kids Community Challenge granted 5 area schools (i.e. Elia Middle School, Driftwood PS, Firgrove PS, St Jude CS, and Calico PS), 2 EYC (e.i. Jane Finch Community and Family Centre, Delta Family Resource Centre) and 1 Childcare (York University Childcare) with tower gardens. On Thursday, November 23 , a workshop on tower garden assembly and maintenance was delivered to these schools and organizations at FoodShare. Are you doing something cool in your school or kids program to promote the #ChooseToBoost message? Let us know!
Train the Trainer WorkshopWe recently had a training sessions for some of our partners and program leaders. The focus was on how to integrate the Choose To Boost Veggies and Fruit theme with children's programming in the Humber-Downsview region. Check it out!
Fun at Blackcreek Community Farm!The Delta Family's Resource Centre's Field Trip to Black Creek Community Farm was so much fun! Remember to check out what's happening at The Farm and pay them a visit!
Choose to Boost Gets Artsy!Our friends at YAAACE put their artistic abilities in motion by showing how they Choose To Boost at camp and at home!
Choose to Boost in Humber Downsview!See how Kids in the San Romanoway Revitalization Association Choose to Boost Veggies and Fruit and show how Water Does Wonders!
Healthy Kids in Humber DownsviewIt's Easy to Get Involved with the Healthy Kids Community Challenge!
Check out the Healthy Kids and Ambassadors in the Humber Downsview region! They’re on the move!
It’s easy to get involved! Children and families can join the Healthy Kids Community Challenge by pledging to:
- Limit screen time to two hours a day.
- Reduce sugar-sweetened drinks.
- Be active and Play at least one hour each day.
- Eat six fruits and veggies a day.
Want more information? Remember to check the website often, and follow us online to find out tips on how to keep your family, and where special events are happening in your neighbourhood: