For our Impact of Food Poverty Project we asked the Felix Project their views on how food poverty and waste can be tackled. Find out what they’re doing in this guest blog post.
Children’s Food Initiatives
At the Felix Project we have twin objectives; to reduce the scandalous levels of food waste and to address the equally concerning levels of hunger and food poverty. Increasingly, we are working with partner charities and schools and turning our attention to child food poverty.Read More
Our Food Poverty report is in the Ham & High local newspaper today!Read More
For our impact of Food Poverty social media project we asked people to give their views on what holds them back from eating a healthy diet.
Here’s what Lawrence had to say:
“I guess I’m not what people would perceive to be the typical person who would struggle with life issues, and therefore need to use a food bank, but things happen to us all – how often do we hear about celebrities struggling?Read More
For our impact of Food Poverty social media project we asked people at the Lifeafterhummus Community Benefit Society cooking classes to give their views on what holds them back from eating a healthy diet.
Yoshi volunteers at the cooking classes every Monday evening. People on low incomes attend the classes and get the chance to learn how to cook healthy, nutritious food at an affordable price.
Here’s what Yoshi had to say:Read More