In the fight to defend the dream that one day every child will have the equal opportunity to succeed, the Club and TransCanada have joined forces to expand their support into Northern Ontario. This morning, at Mamawmatawa Holistic Education Centre, breakfast was served by the energy infrastructure leader – marking their continued support of the Club in Ontario. In addition to this community, TransCanada is also supporting breakfast programs at schools in North Bay, Dryden, Pembroke, Brampton and Vaughan.
“At TransCanada, we believe education truly builds long-term capacity in a community. That’s why our community investment program delivers support for education using a lifecycle approach – meaning we invest in programs that address a variety of development needs,” says Andrea Jalbert, Vice President of Community & Sustainability at TransCanada. “We continue to expand our partnership with Breakfast Club of Canada because they are addressing a barrier to education – the ability for kids to focus in class with a full stomach.”