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CELEBRATING NOURISHING POTENTIAL


The 15 most recent Nourishing Potential grant recipients were honoured during the Manitoba Food Security Network Gathering held June 17.


The half-day Gathering featured “appetizer” sized presentations about a variety of food security initiatives happening in our city. On the Move Daycare and Broadway Neighbourhood Centre – past Nourishing Potential grant recipient organizations – made presentations about their programming. The Nourishing Potential


grantees were celebrated over the lunch, which was catered by Knox United Church’s brand-new community enterprise kitchen. The Winnipeg Foundation partnered with Food Matters Manitoba to present the event.


NOURISHING POTENTIAL GRANTS SNAPSHOT


Here’s a look at three of the 15 organizations receiving a May 2013 Nourishing Potential grant. Community Education Development Association | $7,250


Through the Pathways to Educations program, CEDA serves an after- school snack and hot dinner to a minimum of 80 students five days a week. Milk is served on a daily basis – and it’s often the only milk these kids will access in a day.


Ma Mawi-Wi-Chi-Itata Centre | $7,949


HOW NOURISHING POTENTIAL GRANTING WORKS


Grants are available to support


healthy food, cooking skills and nutrition education at after-school, drop-in and summer programs. Non-profits can qualify for up to $10,000: $6,000 for food, $3,000 for equipment and $1,000 for training. Nourishing Potential’s advisory


committee reviews applications and recommends grant amounts. Online applications are accepted


twice per year. Visit wpgfdn.org for more details.


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Ma Mawi’s Positive Athletic Cultural Experiences program teaches participants how to make healthier choices and begin a lifelong journey of learning, part of which involves learning how to prepare healthy foods. Approximately 300 children receive support five nights a week.


Turtle Island Neighbourhood Centre (City of Winnipeg) | $9,500


More than 100 children and youth attend programming multiple nights per week at Turtle Island Neighbourhood Centre in Lord Selkirk Park. Turtle Island will expand its after-school snack program, supplement donated food and develop nutrition and cooking classes.


The complete list of May 2013 Nourishing Potential grantees and their program descriptions continues on the next page.


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