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Chef Pam Fanjoy receives BMO Grant for her Junior Chef Programs which provide therapeutic support to youth and families during the pandemic
HILLSBURGH, Ontario | November 19, 2020 – The BMO Financial Group announced today that Pam Fanjoy is one of ten recipients of the BMO Grant Program for Women-Owned Businesses for her innovative Junior Chef Programs, which aim to enhance the physical, mental and spiritual health of youth and families.
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Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation and partners fund social purpose organizations with $236,000 to support recovery efforts and prepare for investment
KITCHENER, ON — Today, Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation (KWCF) and partners have awarded $236,000 in funding to 9 social purpose organizations throughout Waterloo Region, Guelph, Stratford, Perth South and Centre Wellington, as part of the Government of...
Local chef builds culinary social enterprise, supporting youth and their families through therapeutic cooking
OurFoodFuture — by Karolina Salazar Pam Fanjoy started her career as a clinical social worker and worked throughout the health care sector for 25 years. In 2010, Pam decided to start taking culinary lessons as a personal outlet for some fun and eventually graduated...
Food Therapy is the place we have delicious discussions about what we eat because what we put in our body matters. They are interviewing chef Pam Fanjoy about using food to treat emotional eating disorders. Also, Pam shares her recipe for Summer Harvest Lasagna!...