The Good Foundation

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TGF at Atherton Tablelands

Now seeking sponsors for our remote Indigenous communities program

The Good Foundation has recently completed a tailored a version of the Jamie Oliver's Ministry of Food and Learn Your Fruit and Veg programs specifically for the Indigenous communities in the Atherton Tablelands area of QLD.

As an organization we see this as a blue print for how we want to approach communities moving forward. Upskilling members of the community and creating sustainability, enabling the program to continue after we leave so that the positive ripple will continue in communities for years to come.

Since July 2015 we have successfully delivered our programs to 3 remote Indigenous communities. Cherbourg in July 2015, reaching 186 participants, Mossman Gorge in June 2016, reaching 173 participant and our recent visit to the Atherton tablelands reaching 100 participants.

We are currently seeking expressions of interest from other communities in QLD who would benefit from our wonderful programs and are seeking sponsors to help make the difference in creating a positive transformation for these future Indigenous communities with our mobile kitchen. If interested please contact our CEO Siobhan Boyle below.

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About The Good Foundation

The growing list of health problems caused by poor diet and lack of food knowledge and skills affects all Australians. Obesity is now one of the nation's most significant health issues.

The Good Foundation was established in 2010 to focus on programs and projects that promote good health and nutrition, with the first priority program being Jamie's Ministry of Food.

Cooking is an important life skill which everyone should learn. With the right sort of information and teaching, anyone can learn to cook. Cooking empowers people to take control of their lives and health.

Our Vision

To lead the transformation of Australia's food habits through advocacy, program delivery and collaboration to maximise the health, wellbeing and productivity of communities.

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