FEVIA Fund is a partnership with the King Baudouin Foundation created in 2006, which supports educational projects promoting nutrition, physical activity and a healthy way of living aimed at children between 6 and 18 years old, in their community (school, sport and youth associations).
The foundation has supported more than 100 projects since its launch. These include the ‘A l’école de Bilstain, mangeons bien et bougeons malin !’, a project to educate students about the importance of a healthy diet and physical activity in a school in Bilstain, Belgium and the ‘Healthy in movement’, an organisation of a weekly veggie day by cooking together with the children as well as working together in the kitchen garden at a school in Alken, Belgium.
A significant annual financial contribution of €50,000 has been dedicated to the foundation since 2006.
In 2016, 9 new projects received financial support:
• 3 projects (2 Flanders and 1 Wallonia) targeting underprivileged children.
• 4 projects (3 Flanders and 1 Wallonia) involving schools or after school settings.
• 2 community-based projects in Wallonia.
In total, 13590 children and adolescents were reached with projects supported by the FEVIA fund
In 2017, 11 projects received financial support:
• 6 projects (3 Flanders, 2 Wallonia and 1 Brussels) were targeted at underprivileged children and/or families.
• 4 projects (2 Flanders, 1 Wallonia and 1 Brussels) were in a school or after school setting.
• 1 project (in Flanders) was community based.