Lindsey is a Canadian middle-distance runner who will represent Canada at the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games. Lindsey’s running career started while attending Simon Fraser University. She graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts in Health Sciences and is a two-time NCAA Division II 800 m champion. Lindsey continues to train in Burnaby, British Columbia, with her coach at SFU while working full time as an academic advisor for student athletes. She most recently placed 10th at the World Championships in the 800 m in 2019.

Justin is a Canadian distance runner who has found success in events ranging from the 1500 m to the half marathon — representing Canada at the 2017 Jeux de la Francophonie and the mixed relay at the 2019 World Cross Country Championships. In 2019, Justin won the Vancouver Sun Run, a feat that hadn’t been accomplished by a local since 1992. He currently lives and trains in Burnaby, British Columbia, while coaching with Mile2Marathon, a community-centred coaching program, and has aspirations to represent Canada on the international stage.

As ambassadors, they want to contribute to fundraising and promotion of the Breakfast Club values to provide youth with healthy nutritional opportunities and education.

“I have a passion for health promotion and a keen interest in advocating healthy behaviour through adequate nutrition in youth. Learning about food security in my undergraduate degree and volunteering with the breakfast program at my local community centre really instilled the importance of access to a healthy breakfast in me. I want to continue to promote and increase accessibility to breakfast programs across the country with Breakfast Club of Canada.” — Lindsey Butterworth

“I believe in the importance of equal opportunity for youth to have access to proper nutrition. Growing up in Surrey, British Columbia, an inner-city school system, I witnessed the positive impact of a breakfast program. I hope I can make a difference so that youth are properly fuelled to achieve their goals. No one should chase their dreams on an empty stomach.” — Justin Kent



  • Anindita
  • Auntie Sharon, Lauren and Tessa Donations$ 215
  • Justin Kent$ 2,000
  • Jocelyn Molgat
  • Dal Heer$ 99Good luck Butterworth! Thanks for reppin Canada as well as you do!
  • 20$ 20Thanks for the good work!!!

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