This guide outlines the principles to age-friendly and inclusive volunteering, shares best practice and provides a tool to self-review community food projects’ inclusivity. Growing Connections is a project of Sustain, funded by the Centre for Ageing Better and DCMS through the Age-friendly and inclusive volunteering programme.
This guide covers:
- Introduction to the guide and project
- Core values
- Be flexible and responsive.
- Help people feel enabled and supported.
- Be sociable and connected.
- Make people feel valued and appreciated.
- Make things meaningful and purposeful.
- Make use of strengths.
- Inclusivity self-review
Growing Connections: Guide to an inclusive and welcoming community garden
18pp - 2020 | 724Kb
Published 3 Aug 2020
Capital Growth: We believe everyone should have the opportunity to grow food as part of a healthy, resilient food system and we are working with our network of growers in London to make this happen.
18pp - 2020
12 Oct 2022
The summit will consider meat and dairy production and consumption in the context of the climate and nature emergency, where inspiring work and opportunities exist, and the assumptions and underlying values about meat which have shaped our policy to date.
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