- There are many opportunities for you to sponsor the campaign and alliance; from £30 to fund the food costs for a community cooking class to supporting a community intensive training programme. Sponsorship Opportunities
- As an individual you can donate a mug, a plate right through to a fridge freezer! Click here for more donation ideas.
- As an employer you can become a Living Wage Employer, re-distribute surplus in-house food, open up unused land for communities to grow food and so much more.
- EVERYONE can also PLEDGE to support the Food Poverty Action Plan for Greater Manchester PLEDGE to support the Food Poverty Action Plan for Greater Manchester .
- Many smaller organisations pledging to take action however they can, such as setting up food pantries, becoming accrediting Real Living Wage employers, and developing toolkits to help people and organisations tackle food poverty where they are, such as author Danielle Lowy’s “Nifty Thrifty Vegetable Gardening: Tips for growing your own food without costing the earth” Developed by Danielle Lowy – Chorlton Plant Swap
Through our sponsorship opportunities, Apex Storage have donated 4 secure storage units for items to be dropped off in Cheadle, Ardwick, Radcliffe and near Sport City. Full address and drop off instructions here. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange delivery.
You can view the full Food Poverty Action Plan 2019.
Hunger is happening NOW! Contact email@example.com for further information. The opportunities to help eradicate food hunger are endless!
Cracking Good Foods Pledges
- We are co-chairing the Aims and Actions for the Skills and Training sub group, everyone is welcome to join, please contact the relevant group accordingly. The sub groups can be viewed here.
- To view the FINAL Skills & Training GM Food Poverty Action Plan March 19
- Cracking Good Food pledges are here.
Call out for Cooking & Growing Equipment Donations!
The Greater Manchester Food Poverty Alliance’s collective mission is to eradicate food poverty in Greater Manchester.
As chair of the Skills & Training sub group, Cracking Good Food have created a Call Out for unwanted cooking and growing equipment to give to communities in need.
Apex Storage have kindly offered us storage space in 4 locations across Manchester for people to drop off their donations:
To date we’ve had dozens & dozens of boxes filled with vital equipment to enable communities to cook.
Thank you. Please keep them coming.
Donation have predominantly been given to 6 hostels and supported housing venues where we are currently rolling out FREE 10 week cooking programmes funded by Manchester Adult Education Service and the European Union.
Food poverty is consistent access to adequate food being limited by a lack of money and other resources. End Child Poverty Coalition have reported that more than half of Greater Manchester’s wards have child poverty rates of 25% or more, while the number of emergency food providers in the city region has more than doubled in five years – GMPA has counted and mapped over 170 providers. The Alliance aim to eradicate food poverty.
Map of Recorded Foodbanks (blue icon) and Food Pantries (purple icon) in Greater Manchester.
The launch of the Greater Manchester Poverty Alliance in Manchester 2018.
Some of the many organisations who are working collectively to address and eradicate food poverty.
Everyone deserves good food.