Breakfast Club of Canada






Project Title

Nutrition Oriented Videos for School Meal Program Coordinators (2 of 2)

Project Description

Students will work to research, develop, and deploy three 1-3 minute videos aimed at educating breakfast coordinators about nutrition. The concept of these videos are to be determined by the students with guidance from the BCC nutrition team. Video ideas include highlighting several low-budget healthy recipe ideas, targeting special food groups, etc.. 

Project Goal

The goal of this project is to develop three informative, fun videos that school breakfast coordinators can use as inspiration to serve healthy breakfasts to students, while maintaining a strict budget, reducing waste etc. The videos will provide nutritional information, and be tailored toward easy-to-prepare (or store) meals that can be made for large groups of students.

The production of these videos will support the Club’s goal to encourage healthy eating habits and food literacy in our partners and the students we serve.

Skills Preferred + To Be Developed

  • Filming/Editing skills
  • Nutrition
  • Cooking
  • Budgeting

Preferred Days of Week and Hours


Project Location

The majority of the work will be done remotely, with occasional meetings taking place both on campus and at our downtown Vancouver office (Granville and Pender). We will also visit a school breakfast program at the beginning of the term.

Project / partner orientation

These videos are catered towards school breakfast coordinators to reinforce the importance of making “every bite count” by opting for healthy food choices on behalf of the students.

Related Community Service Opportunities for Students



Students with experience in video filming/editing is preferred.

Organization Information


Breakfast Club of Canada

Mission + Vision

Breakfast Club of Canada is a Canada-wide non-profit that has worked for the last 23 years to provide nutritious breakfasts to students before class each morning. Our mission is to ensure that all students have access to a healthy breakfast in a safe, supportive environment so that they can do their best in school. Today, we support 1,600 schools across Canada, serving breakfast to over 200,000 students each morning.

Primary Contact

  • Contact Person(s): Danelle Kvalheim
  • Email:
  • Address: 411 - 470 Granville St.
  • Phone: 604-685-2220
  • Website:
  • Best time(s) method(s) to contact: Email 

Expected Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

  • I hope students will learn about School meal programs
  • I think students will come to appreciate… Working within budgetary and time constraints
  • Students will develop a… Understanding of the work that goes into building a targeted tool to meet the specific needs of a vulnerable population.

Organizational Outcomes

  • Greater number of tools to support nutrition for our programs