Brant Avenue Neighbourhood Group
Brant Snack Program & Emergency Food Support information
We will be resuming our Morning Meal program again. This program is open to all Brant area families with children in junior kindergarten - grade 12, by appointment ONLY. Families will be provided with a one week supplementary supply of lunch snacks, per child, once monthly. If you need further support with school snacks please ask about the Food & Friends at Home Kit program. Appointments will be made Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 10am-12pm. We ask you sign-up no later than Wednesday at 4pm for an appointment the following week due to our ordering/shopping process.
WE HAVE SPACES FOR 100 CHILDREN NEXT WEEK. PLEASE REACH OUT ASAP IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF AN APPOINTMENT FOR SEPT 14th, 15th, or 16th.
We will also be continuing with our monthly emergency gift cards. These are in lue of our previously offered emergency pantry program. These are available to Brant area families by pre-arranged appointment only. These appointments will also be made from 10am-12pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Due to ongoing Covid-19 regulation changes, as well as staff out of office meetings these programs will no longer run as drop-in programs.
Our Garden Fresh program provides Brant area homes with fresh fruits and veggies once monthly. Doors open at 10am, and items are available on a first come-first served basis. Our next dates will be:
September 15th @10am
October 20th @ 10am
November 17th @ 10am
December 15th @ 10am
Please register for our email list to receive weekly group sign-up reminders, as well as information regarding further programs and events. You may also contact Nicki (519-993-6191) or Katie (519-362-6362) to set up an appointment.
Take Pride in yOur Neighbourhood
Just a reminder, discarded cigarette butts are garbage that pollutes the environment and can sicken animals. Please do not throw your butts on the ground anywhere but especially not near the school where our children walk and play every day. Besides polluting our ground, the butts get washed into the storm drain system. It also gives our children the message that pollution of this sort is acceptable.