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The Farm receives national lottery funding

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19th February 2024

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."

Christmas Newsletter from the FARM 

8h of December 2022​

Check out the latest news from the FARM for Christmas 2022, including events, way of helpings and important informations here. If you want to receive more of this directly in your emails, why not subscribing to our newsletter.

Urgent need for food bank support in East London this winter

10th of November 2022​

​Volunteers at The Farm Community Kitchen have provided more than 150,000 meals for those in need in Waltham Forest since the beginning of the pandemic in 2020. The Farm Community Kitchen was founded at the beginning of the pandemic by mutual aid groups to take care of local residents who were isolating.

 

The Farm quickly became an essential hub for disadvantaged families as the need for a local food bank and advocacy service continued after the pandemic. The kitchen, on Cann Hall Road, sells local coffees, homemade cakes, breakfasts and lunches to fund the homemade meals cooked weekly for residents in need of additional support. Residents can also access advocacy services through dropping in to the cafe.

 

The rising cost of living and an imminent recession means The Farm needs your support more than ever to continue the work they do. Caz Crowe, founder of The Farm, said: “Everyone is welcome at The Farm. Meals are provided and cooked by the community for the community. We welcome all donations large and small whether that’s food, time or financial support.

“Winter is coming along with an economic recession. Demand is growing and growing, and we need to build more connections, reach more people with our work, gain support from our local councils and get more volunteers on board.Volunteers are vital to our success - they cook and deliver the meals, run the cafe and help us fundraise and raise awareness."


Our new Winter Warmers initiative begins in November and will help provide hot meals and a community sanctuary through the cold winter months ahead. The first Winter Warmers evening was on Tuesday 8th November and the next dates are listed below. Come and get a hot meal between 5pm and 7pm and find out more about local services available to you.

  • Tuesday 22 November

  • Tuesday 6 December

  • Tuesday 20 December (Christmas dinner edition)

Find out more about the work of The Farm and get involved via volunteering with us or fundraising at www.thefarmcommunitykitchen.com. Those interested in making a donation can set up a payment through the website. We also have an Instagram account where we share regular updates about what is going on at The Farm! @the_farm_community_kitchen

Thanks for reading!

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