Community Engagement Programme
We offer a Community Engagement Programme across Bristol thanks to the funding of Community Fund. Supporting individuals and families in improving their circumstances – increasing their food security.
More details can be found here.
Launching two sites in July 2019, FOOD Clubs aim to provide low cost (£3.50 per week) membership for a top-up of their groceries (£15-20 retail value equivalent).
Delivering this project in partnership with Family Action Manchester, FareShare South West and BCC Early Years.
Stakeholder Engagement Group
Working alongside the Board is the Stakeholder Engagement Group (previously referred to as the Steering Committee). This collective group is made up of key players from all sectors of the community. The intention is that the SEG will play a vital role of providing the context for effective engagement across Bristol with an active interest or involvement in supporting the delivery of the five key priorities. The SEG will act as a ‘sounding-board’ and in an advisory capacity with regards to key actions and activity of Feeding Bristol. The SEG meets every 6-8 weeks to discuss and review progress.