The Breastfeeding Buddies are here to help you meet #yourbreastfeedinggoals
Our community based peer support program aims to bridge the gap between hospital, community, and home.

Programs

Week of Apr 14th

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April 14, 2024
April 15, 2024(1 event)


April 15, 2024

"YAY! The baby's finally here... now what do we do!?”

Come on out to your Local Early ON Centre for a drop in visit. No Registration Necessary........all age of babies and all feed methods are welcome.

It's a great way to meet other parents and find the tips, tools, and information you need to reach your family's Breastfeeding/Chestfeeding Goals.

April 8. we will be at  Early ON |Oak Creek (80 Tartan Ave., Kitchener) at 10 am - for more details visit www.EarlyYearsInfo.ca/services or to register visit www.KeyON.ca

April 15, we will be at 2 location: Early ON | Roger ( 161 Roger St., Waterloo ) at 10 am - for more details visit www.EarlyYearsInfo.ca/services or to register visit www.KeyON.ca

Anishnabeg Outreach | Early ON ( 236 Woodhaven Rd, Kitchener ) at 10 AM.

April 22. we will be at  Early ON |Oak Creek (80 Tartan Ave., Kitchener) at 10 am - for more details visit www.EarlyYearsInfo.ca/services or to register visit www.KeyON.ca

April 29, we will be at 2 locations: Early ON | Roger ( 161 Roger St., Waterloo ) at 10 am - for more details visit www.EarlyYearsInfo.ca/services or to register visit www.KeyON.ca

Anishnabeg Outreach | Early ON ( 236 Woodhaven Rd, Kitchener ) at 10 AM.

 

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Did you know that the Breastfeeding Buddies program of the Waterloo Region recently received a grant from the Lyle S. Hallman Foundation to expand peer breastfeeding support?

The campaign will mobilize many levels of partnerships to improve hospital-to-community supports and engage with priority populations to increase breastfeeding rates across Waterloo Region.

Stay tuned for updates on “The Building Supportive Breastfeeding Communities Campaign.”