With funding from CFHS, Community Organisation for Race Equality (CORE) has produced a case study on its World Cafe. It covers the background and history of the World Cafe, the essential elements of the model, the role of volunteers, the development of healthy recipes and how the cafe works to build links between individuals and »
This publication highlights examples of volunteering in community food and health work and demonstrates the value of volunteering for the volunteers and the community food initiatives.
Notes from a meeting held in Edinburgh to look at what is needed to further support food work across minority ethnic communities in Scotland.
This publication looks at the work of several community food initiatives that are, or have been, running fruit and vegetables in hospitals and other health service premises.
healthyliving award; small grants scheme; food and health activity with older people; volunteering and community food and health initiatives
Brings together material from six lunch clubs in different parts of the country most of which are run by older people for older people.
In September 2008 we ran two tours to organisations in Aberdeen and Edinburgh delivering services for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and operating as social enterprise.
Provides an insight into the process of developing a breakfast club at every stage from set-up to sustainability in current policy climate. Poses important questions and shares practical solutions to problems that others have encountered
2006 small grant scheme; Minding Their Own Business publication; SCOFF nutrition research; Question Time; Munch Crunch; Community Food Initiatives North East; Glasgow Children’s Orchard
Parliament; Food in Schools conference; Breakfast Clubs… A Head Start toolkit; Diet and Nutrition Survey over 65s; Phoenix Health Project; Valuing Volunteers; Milton Food Project, Glasgow; Food Safety; Information Exchange; Dorothy Dobsons; CoSLA