Community Food Projects
Around the table and in the kitchen we learn new skills, share our knowledge and support our deliciously diverse community.
These welcoming, educational spaces not only address individual food insecurity, but foster community to create strong connections and networks that empower beyond each shared meal.
Community-capacity building food programs improve access to fresh, healthy and culturally appropriate food and are a vital part of the solution to fighting food insecurity, poverty and hunger.
After School Cooking
Our Food Systems Projects harness the power of partnership by working in collaboration with individuals, councils and other organisations in the local community. Working together we develop and implement projects that work toward an equitable food system.
Fitzroy Community Food Centre
The projects offered through the FCFC help people to access fresh food, learn about growing and preparing food and provide opportunities to share food in a spirit of conviviality.
The kitchen is available to local groups and individuals to use regularly or for one-off events. Please contact Peta for more information.
We would like to thank all our generous funders including The Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation, the Department of Health and Human Services (Fitzroy) and the City of Melbourne for supporting our Community Food Projects.