The Helderleigh Foundation Food & Nutrition Award

A Message from 2021 Award Recipients

Previous Award Recipients

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Grace Holyoke

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Hannah Gaum

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Kenzie Osborne

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Monica Gunn

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Natalia Rudakova

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Eugene Badal, B.Ed., N.M

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Chiharu Gyakushi

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Mary Joy Etrata

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Solim Lee

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Pun Ranuri Kandumulla

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Grace Ayad

Anthea Ching

Christine Song

Kenneth Mae Lingon

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I want to help people through food and nutrition. Growing up, I knew what joy a plate of fresh, nutritious food brought to my family, and I want to share that with as many people as I can. 

 

Developing a healthy relationship with our food is so important to our well-being. Food can be healing, food can be fun, and food is our fuel. Healthy, nutritious food does not have to be intimidating or expensive.

 

After graduating, I intend to pursue a Post-Graduate degree in George Brown’s Food and Nutrition Management program, which will lead me towards becoming a member of the Canadian Society of Nutrition Management. From there, I hope to get a rewarding position as a Diet Technician, Nutrition Manager or Food Service Director at one of Ontario’s accredited health care facilities. I have known for a long time that I want to help people, and I know now that through cooking and nutrition I can do that successfully.

Grace Holyoke