Feeding Britain’s New Resource Library

Feeding Britain have launched a new resource library to be used by organisations across their network when they are undertaking food projects. As a result of Feeding Britain’s partnerships and work with community groups, these documents and resources have been compiled in order to share good practice and save people time.

Split into two sections, the site contains both guidance on setting up a particular type of project and general resources on more univeral topics.

Documents in regards to food provision include:

  • Affordable food clubs
  • Cooking classes
  • Community meals
  • Community fridges
  • Emergency food
  • Collecting and re-distributing food

More general resources are available concerning:

  • Policies and procedures
  • Employment and volunteering
  • Food safety and hygiene
  • Training
  •  Food supplies
  • Wraparound support
  • Food delivery
  • Recipes
  • Data collection
  • Campaigns and government policy
  • Research, reports and evidence
  • Sustainability

In addition to the ease of navigating the site, each page also includes a helpful definition, webinars and links to further contact information.

It must be emphasised that all documents need to be reviewed and updated before being used by organisations for their individual projects. The site is, however, a constant work in progress and can be added to at any time by everyone.

The link to this important resource can be found here