Penrith and The Border MP, Dr Neil Hudson, has contacted schools within his constituency to inform them about the Kellogg’s Breakfast Club grant which is worth £1000.
Kellogg’s are offering this grant to school breakfast clubs which will help provide breakfast to those children who need it most. For more information on if your school is eligible for the grant and you would like to apply please follow this link: www.tfaforms.com/445397
The Kellogg’s Breakfast Club programme was established in 1998 and has provided an invaluable service in ensuring children have access to a nutritional breakfast.
Dave Lawlor, UK managing Director for Kellogg’s, stated that:
“Recent research has shown eating breakfast improves educational attainment…it is not just children who benefit, Breakfast Clubs are also a vital resource to help working parents, saving millions in childcare costs, and delivering benefits for employers across the UK.”
Commenting on the grant scheme, Dr Hudson said:
“I am very happy to have been able to reach out to schools within Penrith and The Border to encourage them to apply for the Kellogg’s Breakfast Club Grant which is offering £1000 to schools that fit their criteria. As we know, breakfast is an important meal that sets us up for the rest of the day. For children, it is vital that they should be able to enjoy healthy and nutritious food at school every day and this will allow them to develop healthy eating habits that will stay with them throughout their lives.”