The charity is all about bringing food experience to people, and thus empowering us and providing a space for the community to thrive and find common purpose.

Their focus is on enterprising eco-community kitchen & cookery school improving lives of Londoners (low-income familiers, recovering from mental health, etc.).

As of 2019, they are looking to expand and share the lessons learned throughout the years to others, starting with their Community Food Forum for peer to peer advice and skill sharing (and the notes are available on their website!)

What we love about it:

Their peer-to-peer learning model!

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Our work has never been more crucial. The cost-of-living crisis is plunging thousands of households into poverty, hunger and ill health. We need to support our community through the difficult months ahead.

Can you help support us to keep providing our vital services?
We will be kicking off #BlackHistoryMonth with a class led by the incredible @duchessnena on Oct 22: West African Twists. Arancini jollof balls, #egusi soup, attieke and hibiscus zozo are just some of the dishes you’ll be learning β™₯️
Keep your eyes on the fridge door, the veg are making a dash for it! πŸ₯• πŸ₯¦ 🍌 That’s right, our first ever fundraising Veg Dash is taking to the Hackney streets, NEXT SATURDAY, and we need YOU. @YoungVegansLDN co-founder will be dressed as a strawberry!
Big thank you to Tanja, Doris, Nye, Nicolas, Nadeem and Sophie from @enverusenergy and @thisisthegoodside who came to volunteer at the a #MIHMealService πŸ€—
Are you enchanted by Ethiopian cuisine and dream about creating the colourful plates full of flavour and wonder at home? Join us 19th November with teacher Woin Tegegn β™₯️