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Being at Camp Micah was the best ever. I learned a lot of things about being a good leader. I experienced things I have never experienced in my life before. First, I have never been on a boat and kayaking before. I experienced my first time swimming in a lake. It was a lot of fun and very exciting.

I came to Canada from Ghana in August 2010 to live with my father. My father is not working and he does not have the means to send me to summer camp. I would like to use this opportunity to thank The Angel Foundation for Learning for letting me go to camp. May the Lord bless you all for all that you have done for me throughout this summer and throughout school too.

Student of St. Patrick High School, Grade 11


Speaking on a personal level, I rarely eat breakfast, and I know for a fact that a good number of students who go to Chaminade do not eat breakfast for various reasons, but to have a program like this implemented in our school is just fantastic. I have actually begun eating more for a daily breakfast since the program started than ever before. By providing students with a free breakfast to start their day, you’re providing a good start to the day. I would love to let you know that this program is very important to me.

Shan Fernando

Former Student Council President

Chaminade College


‘By providing students with a free breakfast to start their day, you’re providing a good start to the day. I would love to let you know that this program is very important to me.


Dear Angel Foundation for Learning:

My name is Perlina, I am 19 years old, and I am a student currently attending York University. I am a former graduate of James Cardinal McGuigan Catholic High School (JCM). I am writing this letter to thank you for your generous donations to our breakfast club program. When I was a student at JCM I was part of the breakfast club program and I believe that this program helped reunite both the students and the teachers. They were able to build strong and respectful relationships with one another.

I would like to send a special thank you on behalf of the entire JCM community for giving us the chance to better our futures. All of the students and staff in our school are all very grateful. Your MTCEF donation supporting our breakfast club program has helped us to have a better future and to build stronger relationships with one another. May God bless you and your families for what you have done to help JCM students and staff and may you have a successful year ahead.

Yours truly, Perlina


Our daughter, Amy Marshall, is autistic and attends Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton CSS. Last year one of the most beneficial of the school’s programs for Amy’s life-skills development was the breakfast/nutrition program. She practised not only shopping but also food preparation and presentation. We found this program to be valuable for reinforcing Amy’s life-skills development. Please continue this program.

Thank you.

Joan and Dave Marshall

 

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