Everton in the Community is delighted to align itself alongside Liverpool’s Good Food Plan as part of its new initiative to tackle food insecurity with a food pantry in L4.
Everton FC midfielder Tom Davies has pledged his support to Liverpool’s Good Food Plan.
Davies said: “We want to create a city where everyone can eat good food. No matter who you are, there is a role for you to play to ensure that everyone in Liverpool has access to good food.”
The midfielder was recently recognised for his charitable and community efforts by being named Everton’s PFA Community Champion for 2021/22.
On winning the award Davies said: “I’m deeply proud of where I come from. The people of this city have always looked out for each other and I’m well aware that I’m in a position where I’m able to do that and make positive changes.”
Good Food Programme Director Dr Naomi Maynard said: “Everton in the Community have been brilliant advocate for Liverpool’s Good Food Plan over the last year, together we want to live in a city where everyone can eat good food. Thank you EitC for your continued support and for this message from Tom encouraging others to get involved.”
Liverpool’s Good Food Plan is a plan that addresses key issues related to the food we eat in Liverpool including; food insecurity; access to and take-up of healthy, nutritious food; the impact the food we eat is having on our planet; and the practices by which the food we eat is produced.
Watch Tom Davies support Liverpool’s Good Food Plan below.