Amazing partners who have supported us

As a non-for-profit organisation, we know we can't transform the eating habits of Australians alone. Below is some of the many amazing and generous organisations, councils, local communities that have supported us over the many years.

Want to help create positive change together? Partner with us now!

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Woolworths

Woolworths is the Principal Partner of Jamie's Ministry of Food Australia. This wonderful partnership began in 2014 as Fresh Food Partner with Woolworths providing produce and ingredients to our kitchens across Australia. The partnership has continued to grow with Woolworths becoming the Principal Partner in 2015. Woolworths is committed to providing Australians with the freshest produce and ingredients. Together we can educate, inspire and empower change in the way people eat and think about food together. 

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The Good Guys

As Founding Partner of Jamie's Ministry of Food Australia, The Good Guys was instrumental in bringing the program to Australia in 2010 and is proud of its continuing partnership with both The Good Foundation and Jamie's Ministry of Food Australia. The Good Guys has supported the national expansion of Jamie's Ministry of Food Australia, helped promote the program through its network of 101 stores and championed petitions for government funding. 

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Queensland Government

The Queensland Government is committed to funding health prevention programs for the benefit of Queenslanders and has proven this with seven years of funding for the Jamie's Ministry of Food program. The Queensland Government contributes to the funding of the Ipswich Centre and the Queensland Mobile Kitchen. Their support is particularly targeted toward delivering Jamie's Ministry of Food to regional, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities as well as Queensland's youth to combat chronic disease in the state.

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The Gordon

As of April 2019, The Good Foundation has partnered with The Gordon to continue to bring Jamie's Ministry of Food to Geelong. Our new centre is based at The Gordon's Geelong Technical Education Centre (GTEC) at their East Geelong Campus, with students given the opportunity to attend and be part of the program. In support of the program, the Victorian Government will provide $1.7 million from its Workforce Training Innovation Fund to help fund the program and enable participants from the Geelong region to engage with the program, as well as supporting access to educational opportunities that improve the well-being of the community.

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Stockland 

Thanks to Stockland, Jamie's Ministry of Food was able to open its first centre in NSW in December 2014. In 2016, we were pleased to announce that the partnership with Stockland continued to grow with the announcement of a three-year partnership with Jamie's Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen Queensland. This additional funding enabled the Mobile Kitchen to continue to deliver the program in regional locations across Queensland. Since then, Stockland has supported both Jamie's Ministry of Food and Jamie Oliver's Learn Your Fruit and Veg at numerous locations.

Product Partners and Supporters

Local Council Partners

Apunipima Cape York Health councilBrisbane city council, Bundaberg Regional Council, Cardinia Shire council, Central Goldfields Shire Council, City of Albany, City of Greater Bendigo, City of Greater Geelong, City of Ipswich, City of Melbourne, City of Whittlesea, City of Wodonga, Fraser Coast Regional Council, Goldcoast City Council, Gympie Regional Council, Hinchinbrook Shire Council, Hume City Council, Latrobe City Council, Logan City Council, Mildura City Council, Moreton Bay Regional Council, Mt Isa Council, Pyrenees Shire Council, South Burnett Regional Council, Sunshine Coast Council, Toowoomba Regional Council, Townsville City Council, Wyndham City Council.

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