Back to school is around the corner and it’s a great opportunity for families to start fresh when it comes to healthy eating.
Tribe run mentor, and Ryerson University student Juleigh Giberson has launched Little Grub Club, a non-profit that partners with GTA restaurants to help families on-the-go meet their nutritional needs.
Families are able to grab a free rewards card, collecting stamps at participating restaurants for choosing healthy eats, and then redeeming their card for great prizes. Kids can grab an educational booklet, play games and test their nutrition knowledge.
Current partners include b. good, Magic Oven, Impact Kitchen and Pulp Kitchen. Filled stamp cards can be redeemed for prizes like tickets to Skyzone Trampoline Park or a ride on Pirate Life Adventure.
“Little Grub Club isn’t just about incentives. It’s about helping families start a conversation about healthy food. By partnering with restaurants and businesses that share these values, I’m confident we can make a huge impact.” says Giberson.
For more information on getting a Little Grub Club rewards card, or for partnership information within the GTA check out the Little Grub Club website here.