Good Food Plan Pledge ideas

Everyone has a role to play in creating a city where we can all eat good food.

On 10th November the city’s leaders, businesses, community groups and residents are coming together as part of Liverpool’s Good Food Plan to take part in a the Good Food Plan Pledge event at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, sharing how they are going to take part in creating a city where everyone can eat good food.

Unsure what to pledge? Here are a few ideas for businesses, charities and individuals to get you started:

I pledge to…

  • Become a Real Living Wage employer and offer employees Real Living Hours
  • Appoint a good food champion in our organisation
  • Undertaking food insecurity screening with our employees
  • Host a good food consultation with our staff or service users
  • Donate to support the development of Liverpool’s food alliance
  • Host a Good Food event for our employees and their families
  • Pledge a proportion of our Cooperate Social Responsibility budget towards the issue of hunger and food insecurity
  • Offer unused spaces in our buildings to Good Food projects







  • Join Feeding Liverpool, the city’s food alliance, and take part in conversations to support good food for all
  • Take part in Feeding Liverpool’s food insecurity screening activities
  • Review our signposting processes to ensure everyone is supported at points of crisis
  • Ask a local community food space how we can support them, or if there isn’t one nearby, explore with local partners and residents about setting up a new community food space
  • Donate any surplus produce we grow to a local food pantry or community kitchen









  • Share #GoodFoodLiverpool content on my social media channels
  • Shop locally, when I can, to support local businesses who pay the Real Living Wage
  • Share Feeding Liverpool’s Community Food Spaces map
  • Support national campaigns such as the #RightToFood and #KeepTheUplift
  • Cook something new using fresh ingredients
  • Reduce food waste at home
  • Attend a local cookery class
  • Grow my own vegetables and donate some to my local food pantry
  • Visit a local community garden and learn how to grow food
  • Raise the issue of hunger in my workplace
  • Volunteer some of my time to an organisation working towards good food for all
  • Educate myself about local good food provision in my area