In collaboration with Waltham Forest Food Networks.
The Farm Community Kitchen receives National Lottery support
A grant from The National Lottery Cost of Living Fund has been awarded to The Farm Community Kitchen C.I.C.
The funding will go towards paying for full time members of staff to increase capacity for the meals, advocacy service and community hub, and ensure the longevity of the project.
Amelia has joined The Farm as Kitchen Manager, and will be running the back of house operations and everything relating to the meals service, which sees 200 meals go out weekly to those in need in the community.
Corporate sponsors are invited to come forwards to donate and give back to a local community interest organisation and further the work of The Farm.
Carol Crowe, director and founder of The Farm, says: “We are extremely thankful to everyone who has supported us in our journey up to yet, and thrilled we can continue the great work we’ve built on for the community since launching in 2020."
Is to feed people in Waltham Forest and the surrounding area who struggle to feed themselves and their families by creating and running The Farm - a community cafe on Cann Hall Road. As well as providing low-cost, freshly prepared food, the cafe will eventually function as a local employer and centre of advocacy for local issues.