What we’re doing…
The Grow Together project is supporting 700 individuals and families in Melbourne’s South East to start growing food at home. Together with DFFH and nine Neighbourhood Houses, we’ll be distributing ‘planter kits’ to local people who may benefit the most from support to start edible gardening. This includes people living in supported residential services, social housing, caravan parks, rooming houses, and young people living in residential units.
Grow Together aims to increase food security for local households in the City of Greater Dandenong, City of Casey and Cardinia Shire – while also supporting more people to experience the health and climate co-benefits of edible gardening.
This project builds upon the success of the Grow Together pilot, led by enliven Victoria in 2020. More information about the pilot project can be found here.
Who is involved…
The Grow Together project is proudly supported by the following partners:
- enliven Victoria
- Department of Families, Fairness & Housing
- Springvale Neighbourhood House
- North Dandenong Neighbourhood House
- Bunyip & District Community House
- Hampton Park Community House
- Balla Balla Community Centre
- Doveton Neighbourhood Learning Centre
- Oakgrove Community Centre
- Upper Beaconsfield Community Centre
- Berwick Neighbourhood Centre
- Noble Park Community Centre
This project was made possible with thanks to the ‘Reimagining Health Grants’ funding from VicHealth.
To find out more…
Health Promotion Manager
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Please tag us using our handle @foodfromh0me, and by using the hashtag #FoodFromHome