Community Food Enterprises in the West

Making good food accessible to all

Information Sessions

A community food enterprise is a not-for-profit, community-run food outlet which aims to make
good, affordable food accessible to communities and people that are at risk of food insecurity. They
also provide a range of other benefits including opportunities for social inclusion, skills development
and local economic development.

Learn more about the types of community food enterprises and the benefits they create.
Hear from existing community food enterprises.
Find out about the opportunities and supports available to your community or organisation
to develop a community food enterprise.
Connect with others interested in establishing community food enterprises.

Date: Wednesday 9th February 2011
Time: 1pm-3pm (afternoon tea provided)
Venue: Djerriwarrh Community House, 239 Station Rd, Melton

Hobsons Bay
Date: Thursday 10th February 2011
Time: 10am-12pm (morning tea provided)
Venue: Brooklyn Hall, Cyprus Avenue, Brooklyn

Date: Friday 11th February 2011
Time: 1pm-3pm (afternoon tea provided)
Venue: Braybrook Community Centre,
107-139 Churchill Avenue, Braybrook

To register your interest or for more information please contact:

Tara Kelly
Cultivating Community
P: 03 9429 3084 M: 0428 552 794