Since August 2020 we’ve been producing our Recipe Meal Kits. The creation & distribution of these kits tackle food insecurity, food waste & provide an educational platform where beneficiaries receive food but also learn new skills and are able to cook a healthy meal from scratch with their family.
Covid-19 Recipe Meal Kits
Each kit contains: a recipe card, top tips/food swaps, nutritional information and all the ingredients required to make a healthy, affordable meal at home for a family of four.
Our kits aim to: 1. Tackle food insecurity by providing regular free food 2. Upskill individuals and increase confidence by showcasing simple, tasty recipes and different cooking techniques. 3. Improve health by introducing healthy recipes and cooking methods 4. Increase well-being by providing an engaging home-based activity parents can do with their children and being a social touch point for the isolated 5. Reduce food waste by utilising surplus food from The Felix Project
We provide our kits to: vulnerable children & families, isolated individuals, people living in sheltered accomodation/at risk of homelessness, unemployed/job insecure infirm and the elderly
We deliver our kits to: community hubs, food banks and schools in Brent, Barnet and Edmonton
Partners that we work with: Homestart, The Arc N9, Bountagu N9, St Peter’s Church N9, B.A.S.E N9, Food Alliance Enfield, All Saint’s church N9, The Foyer N9, St Mungoe’s, Edmonton Community Partnership, Edmonton Schools, Burnt Oak Women’s Group, East Finchley Food Bank, Brent Council & schools in Brent, Caritas, The Rainbow Centre Barnet, Graheme Park Barnet, St Barnabus Food Bank, Collindale Food Bank.
Funders: We are able to provide our kits thanks to our funders below:
By being rooted within the communities we serve we manage to get on the ground feedback. We know our kits are making a real difference to people’s everyday life.