Funding for community food projects

£200 seed fund available for community food activities in Hull

There is a small pot of money to pilot community food activities in Hull as part of the Sustainable Food City work – see below for more info. If you have any questions please get in touch with Bryony MacFadyen, Hull Sustainable Food City Partnership Co-ordinator, T: 07712321413, E:bmacfadyen@goodwintrust.org

Hull Food Partnership – Seed funding

The Hull Food Partnership Steering group has a small amount of funding from the Hull City Council Healthier Lifestyles team to support pilot activities which increase access to healthy and sustainable food across the city. 10 groups will be awarded up to £200 to deliver pilot activities in 2018.

Does your group or organisation have an idea that will get food out in communities’? We are looking for creative ideas that enable people to try healthy and sustainable food in public. This might be something like running an outdoor cooking event, setting up a market stall with local produce, or inviting members of your community to a lunch made from food that would otherwise gone to waste. Your pilot project will be directly contributing to the Sustainable Food Cities Award. For more information about the award see: http://sustainablefoodcities.org/awards

Please contact bmacfadyen@goodwintrust.org for an application form. There are two cut off dates for applying, with 5 pilot activities chosen at each date.

Spring cut-off date: Friday 27th of April 2018     

Summer cut-off date: Friday 27th of July 2018

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