Dougall Avenue Public School in Windsor is getting some help with their breakfast program.
Breakfast Club of Canada is now helping deliver the meal.
That means its funding is more secure, and the menu is more comprehensive.
Emma Ouelette is 11 years old and volunteers with the program.
"They really like the food that we make, and the way that I design stuff," she said. "We had peppers, broccoli and cucumbers one day, so I did a tunnel, a road and then a valley. I do flowers sometimes. I think it's a great program that should go for every school."
There are now 10 Breakfast Club of Canada programs in Windsor.
They serve 1,100 students.