Foodskil in Final Stages of The Crunch Application!

Seniors at St Thomas Aquinas

We are so excited that we are in the final stages of The Crunch application. The Crunch is a 6-month program that runs from late September to March that provides social enterprises with the opportunity to turn their ideas into a reality with the help of business mentors and MBA students from the Melbourne Business School. So wish us luck with our application and cross your fingers as we would love to be given the opportunity to turn our idea of reducing food insecurity in the Northern suburbs of Geelong into a reality.This week we also welcomed a new volunteer, Jaymie Emmett. Jaymie will be volunteering in the 2&5 Shop and helping make the Jams. Welcome to Foodskil Jaymie and as always, we are on the lookout for more volunteers. We have a lot of exciting projects happening now and in the near future, so if you could spare a few hours out of your time, we would welcome your assistance.

On another note, we had a visit from Workskil’s State Manager, Greg Comer. He was quite impressed with Foodskil’s efforts to date and also mentioned that he would like to see our initiatives replicated into other areas! Well done to all involved and keep up the good work.

As we are always keen to receive feedback from customers and members, we will soon have customer surveys located in our retail outlets for anyone to complete. We value your feedback, so please don’t be shy and tell us what you think about us!

Until next time, keep happy and healthy and remember your 2 servings of fruit and 5 servings of vegetables a day.


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