An Tánaiste Joan Burton TD launched our report called Supporting the Development of Breakfast Clubs in St. Eithne’s Girl’s National School, Edenmore, Raheny on 22nd September.
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.
Windsor Women’s Centres’ Food for Thought project provides a multi-functional inner-city green space, which facilitates activities for participants that empowers them to recognise healthy lifestyle choices. This space provides the means through which women and their families in the community can improve their environment, health and wellbeing. They also encompass a range of activities which improve…
- Part of theCFI Programme 2013-2015
Community garden project and allotments aims to increase community involvement, participation and activity in the locality. We have a number of family groups (parents and children) working together. It is a lot of fun and a great way to meet new people from the area, get out of the house a few hours a week and…
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