Food Power recently brought together over 100 people from food poverty alliances, food partnerships and other local networks from all over the UK....
Families can now apply for Healthy Start food vouchers without a health professional's signature on the form, as was previously required.
Bev Parker, Chief Executive at Rural Action Derbyshire and a Food Power peer mentor, reflects on her work with rural communities to alleviate food...
Almost every time I catch up with someone about their work on Healthy Start, they tell me about how people in their area haven’t heard of the...
Sustain's Food Power programme team share their learning from the year 2 independent evaluation of the programme.
Tamanna Chowdhury and Simon Shaw reflect on updates from food poverty alliances supported by Food Power and identify six key lessons for what helps...
Our second annual Food Power conference was held in Newcastle, in partnership with Food Newcastle. This year we set out to ensure that experts by...
On Saturday 25th May residents held a day of action in Darwen to raise awareness about food poverty and how it's affecting children.
There is increasing awareness of the issue of children being at risk of hunger during the school holidays and a growing response from a wide range of...
Simon Shaw shares key reflections and learning from the first year of Food Power, our national food poverty programme.
The #DarwenGetsHangry campaign was launched on Friday 19 October by the Blackburn with Darwen Food Alliance, as part of their work with Food Power.
Community Food and Health (Scotland), who are part of the Sustain alliance, are holding their annual Hear Say networking conference on 24 October.
Food Power works with a network of approximately 50 alliances or networks developing preventative and long-term responses to food poverty. The...
People taking action to tackle food poverty from across the UK shared their experiences at the first Food Power conference. Simon Shaw, Food...
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