Category A: up to £400 for Community Food Events to help celebrate Good Food East Sussex Month this October.
- connecting people to local & seasonal produce
- celebrating food and the power it has to connect our communities
- activities should be inclusive and accessible to all including households experiencing food insecurity
Suggested events: a ‘lunch and learn’ event; a lunch club, supper club or breakfast club; a community planting session; a community cook up; a harvest celebration… for more information about Good Food East Sussex, click here.
- your event/activity/workshop should benefit residents of Lewes District
- your event/activity/workshop will take place in October2023 ‘Good Food East Sussex Month’
- your project has appropriate safeguarding, risk assessments and equality, diversity and inclusion policies (we can help you produce these)
Category B: up to £2,000 for projects tackling food insecurity in Lewes District
Building a Good Food Movement for Lewes District
We believe that food poverty needs to be addressed with a whole-systems, circular approach that looks at a number of issues related to food insecurity not just access to food but food equality, food education & well-being, and sustainability.
We have two tranches of funding available to support residents experiencing food insecurity across the winter.
There will be two tranches of this grant process, one which finishes at the end of September 2023 and one which finishes in February 2024, in order to support projects throughout winter.
Have questions? Join us for an online information session on the 13th of September from 2-3pm. email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Get in contact with Ruby at email@example.com to discuss your project ideas and requirements.