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These additional charitable organizations, which provide a variety of food programs highlighted below, also received Nourishing Potential grants in May 2013.


Agape Table | $9,500


Agape Table for Kids is a program for preschoolers and their families. Each of the 15 families enrolled receives enough food to provide complete weekly nutrition for each preschooler in the program.


Inner City Youth Alive | $9,288


Inner City Youth Alive’s Meals for Kids program focuses on providing nutritious, well-balanced meals to approximately 185 children who participate in weekly evening and summer programming.


Lord Roberts Community Club (City of Winnipeg) | $3,882


Lord Roberts Community Club’s After-School Nutrition is a brand new program where children will enjoy a healthy snack every day and have the opportunity to participate in cooking classes.


MacDonald Youth Services | $10,000 MacDonald Youth Services is starting a monthly cooking class to help youth participants develop cooking, cleaning and budgeting skills. It will also provide nutritional snacks throughout the school year to participants attending the drop-in.


Ndinawemaaganag Endaawaad | $6,500


Nidinawe’s Youth Resource Centre provides youth with opportunities to develop basic life skills through hands-on experience in planning and preparing healthy, nutritious meals. It supports approximately 60 youth daily with dinner and snacks.


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