Community Foodies is a South Australian nutrition program that aims to build the capacity of communities to make healthier food choices by training and supporting volunteer community members ('Foodies') to act as agents for change.
Please note important message below:
SA Health is pleased to announce that UnitingCare Wesley Bowden has been appointed as the lead agency to manage the SA Community Foodies Program over the next three years.
This appointment follows an open tender process to identify a non-government organisation to manage the Community Foodies program across South Australia. UnitingCare Wesley Bowden has a wealth of experience working with vulnerable and disadvantaged adults and a rich history of volunteer management.
UnitingCare Wesley Bowden will manage and implement Community Foodies in partnership with UnitingCare Wesley Country SA and ac.care. UnitingCare Wesley Bowden and its partners are committed to providing services in an innovative, sustainable and dignified way. Each has a proud history of delivering long term, positive outcomes for clients. This partnership approach will ensure that the program will continue to be implemented across country and metropolitan South Australia.
UnitingCare Wesley Bowden will assume full responsibility for the SA Community Foodies Program from 1 May 2014 and will contact volunteers and partners directly from this time.
Until then, please direct any enquiries about Community Foodies to staff in the SA Health Public Health Partnerships Branch:
Evelyn Mavroudis on 8226 6125 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Marlies Riem on 8226 6919 or email@example.com
This website will be updated with more information about the program as it becomes available.
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"We're passionate- we believe in what we do" - Community Foodie