Bridges for Women fuels learning with morning meals


Women enrolled in Bridges for Women programs often choose to feed their children, and go hungry themselves. The Food for Thought initiative helps offer healthy meals to program participants on limited budgets

“It’s not our mandate, we’re really an employment program, but how can you (work) if you’re going hungry?” asked J Scott, communications communicator for Bridges. “When we see the need, we have a hard time turning people down. Mothers tend to feed their  children first, and often don’t have enough leftover or themselves to eat”

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Source: Goldstream News Gazette

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