What We Do

We deliver a range of fun, hands-on programs and events to the community by partnering with organisations such as:

  • Local councils

  • State government

  • Non-government organisations

  • Like-minded businesses

  • Farming collectives

  • Schools, children’s centres and youth organisations

  • Aged care providers.


We also offer food information and inspiration through our Facebook page.


Celebrating tasty food and fostering skills and enthusiasm for growing, cooking and sharing food are at the root of our programs.


They also help create vibrant, connected communities with better access to healthy food choices and increased skills in cooking.

Our Programs

Food Literacy

Cook for Community  

[Youth Centres in City of Onkaparinga]

These programs teach young people (aged 8-12) healthy eating principles whilst also cooking for those in need: St Vincents De Paul and Fred’s Van are the current charities these programs support.


To find out more about Cook for Community click here

Flexible learning Options (FLO)


This program works with young people attending FLO (an alternative schooling program) and provides basic food literacy skills.

Storytelling in Community Gardens

[Community Gardens in City of Onkaparinga.]

Delivered in partnership with the Onkaparinga Council and local storytellers, this program engages young families and provides opportunities for connection to these beautiful spaces whilst also making friends and tasting garden produce.

To find out more about Stories in the Garden click here


Vibrant Veggies

[City of Onkaparinga.]

Delivered in partnership with the City of Onkaparinga's HALO program and community centres, our interactive veggie program explores all things veggie. Find out how to get more veggies on your plate, how to make them tasty and how to get kids to eat them!

To find out more about Vibrant Veggies click here

The Shared Table

[City of Onkaparinga]

The Shared Table is a social cooking program for people aged 65 years and older, delivered in partnership with the ECH and the Woodcroft Morphett Vale Neighborhood Centre. ​

To find out more about The Shared Table click here.

Connecting Isolated and Marginalised Communities

Food Systems

Food Matters

[City of Onkaparinga / Adelaide]

In May 2019 we will be piloting a  4 week training course “Food Matters” where we unpack how the food system works and how we can move from being a food consumer to an active food citizen.

Courses will be run at Aldinga Library and Adelaide Sustainability Centre in the city.

For further details  regarding the City sessions click HERE and Aldinga session click HERE


Sneaky Seconds

[City of Onkaparinga]

A food rescue program, through which we create seasonal and delicious relishes, jams and sauces to be sold at various markets, to raise funds for the Food the freedom program and other charities.

​To find out more about Sneaky Seconds click here