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Covid-19: case studies

CFHS are gathering information about how community food initiatives responded to the Covid-19 pandemic and are now hearing more about plans for coming out of the lockdown. Please contact us if you'd like to share your experience and plans for the future.

Highland Poverty Action Network – adapting to Covid-19

This case study looks at how MOO Food and Inverness Foodstuff from Highland Poverty Action Network reconfigured their work in response to Covid-19; and how NHS Highland is working with the network to plan recovery.

Read ‘Highland Poverty Action Network – adapting to Covid-19’ here

Greener Kirkcaldy – adapting to Covid-19

Meal in a box - pasta with peas

This case study looks at how Greener Kirkcaldy adjusted to lockdown with ‘Community Meals to Go’ and online cooking activities, and their plans to develop a community pantry with other innovations.

Read ‘Greener Kirkcaldy – adapting to Covid-19’ here

Moray Food Plus – adapting to Covid-19

Moray Food Plus van and woman deliverer with tray of goods

As an anchor organisation with a wide range of volunteering activities, Moray Food Plus had to reconfigure much of their work for lockdown, and have found that their partnerships with other organisations have proved invaluable.

Read ‘Moray Food Plus – adapting to Covid-19’ here