Healthy Food for All closed its doors in March 2016 due to a lack of sustainable funding. As part of its final action we produced a legacy document to mark Healthy Food for All’s ten years of operation and the handing over of its work to other groups. As part of its legacy this website will continue to be made available as a resource. We also made a Call to Action, asking advocates to commit to five key actions over the next five years.
Food Poverty explained: Factors, statistics, policy and research.
Resources and advice to set-up and run a Community Food Initiative.
Learn about breakfast clubs, food growing projects and more.
NETPLANTS is a multi-partner project that will examine how disadvantaged adults from across the UK, France, Spain, Romania and Ireland can develop skills associated with plants, vegetables and fruits to improve their well-being. Aiming to reconnect people with the environment at its source, NETPLANTS will demonstrate how plants and vegetables can improve our lives in…
St. Joseph’s Early Bird Healthy Breakfast Roll promotes a healthy breakfast for primary school because it improves concentration, behaviour and learning in school. It also improves children’s social skills and helps mediate against obesity. Awarded the first Healthy Ireland – Health Promoting Schools Flag in Co. Louth. Awarded Healthy Eating Certificate by HSE Awarded Start-Up…
The main aims of Let’s Get Galway Growing are: To increase awareness of the community gardens and the benefits of being involved; To encourage local people to get involved -To connect all of the local community gardens in Galway City; To facilitate the sharing of information and learning between the gardens; To organise group training events for the gardens.…