Food For Thought


WELCOME to Brandon’s Food for Thought Website

 The Breakfast & Snack Program for KIDS

We provide food & milk to 18 Schools in the Brandon & Shilo area


NEW Logo & Website coming soon!

 NEW Mailing Address: 637 10th Street, Brandon MB, R7A 4G6

NEW Staff: Program Coordinator – Angie Williamson

EMAIL:; PH: 204-724-2893 or 204-729-0342

For the month NOVEMBER 2017 – 6907 students benefitted from our program and a Grand Total of 14545 students to date!

Many THANKS to everyone that has supported our program in 2017! If you are interested in donating to our program or would like to volunteer at one of our Breakfast Schools please call or email Angie. We currently need volunteers at 2 of our Breakfast Schools.





To ensure all school aged students have an opportunity to eat a nutritional healthy breakfast before starting school everyday and that no child should have to attend school hungry.

To encourage participation from each student in the learning process of nutritional education and healthy life styles.

To promote community awareness through our Educational program and to encourage community members, volunteers, families, and school staff to participate in addressing children going to school hungry.


a) To provide breakfast programs in Brandon area schools at no cost to the participants.

b) To raise the funds necessary to deliver these programs.

c) To provide education in regard to proper nutrition to those children participating in the programs.

d) To serve as a link between the community of Brandon and the program sites.

e) To build strong families and successful children and youth through community partnerships.

f) To ensure that every child attending school has an opportunity to eat breakfast and be better prepared to learn.


Brandon’s Food For Thought began its work in Brandon in 1997 when funds were allocated by the Canadian Living Foundation to address the issue of children going to school hungry. Our goal is not to remove Parental responsibility but to educate the children, their families and our entire community about the effect that hunger has on a child’s ability to learn.