Regina’s Largest Child Feeding Program

Providing services in Regina schools and neighborhoods for over 29 years

Regina Food For Learning (RFFL) is a non-profit organization that has served in 33 different locations in the city in response to requests from the community.

RFFL is Regina’s largest child feeding program, providing services in Regina schools and neighborhoods since 1988.

Thanks to our dedicated volunteers, we achieve nutritious meals at an average cost of $2.49 per lunch, $1.66 per breakfast and .83 per snack.  We currently provide on average 11,150 nutritious snacks, breakfasts and lunches to 865 students each month. Read More



Welcome to Our New GM

We are thrilled to announce that Danielle Humble-Selinger has been appointed the new GM to replace Lin. Danielle comes to us from Regina Public Library where she worked at securing donations for library programs. Her passion is food security and she’s volunteered with organizations and groups involved in advocating for healthy eating in schools and school food garden projects. When she’s not working, she enjoys camping and spending time outdoors with her family. She’s excited to start working with Regina Food for Learning and meeting everyone involved in the program. She’s looking forward to being a part of this great organization and helping to continue the great work that RFFL does! We think Danielle will be a wonderful addition to RFFL.

Happy Back to School!


It’s that time again - time to get organized and back into a routine. The new school year is a great time to start fresh and create healthy habits. With the kids back in school, this is our chance to help guide healthy eating habits through our meal programs.


Regina Food for Learning is gearing up for the new school year with our nutrition program starting on September 10th. Erica Nimmo and Dorothy Payne are working hard to get organized and put together meal ideas for our schools. We also welcome back our volunteers who play an important role in preparing meals and helping out where needed.

As the newest employee of Regina Food for Learning, I can appreciate that back-to-school feeling, with new people, new learning opportunities and challenges. I’m taking what I’ve learned from my past experiences researching and volunteering with food security organizations and school food gardens, and applying them to this new experience.

I’m happy to have the chance to work amongst people who help turn hungry kids into healthy kids. Thanks to Lin Gennutt and the Board for helping with the transition. I’ve received such a warm welcome and looking forward to meeting everyone involved in keeping our meal programs running well!


- RFFL General Manager