Food Skil Successful with The Crunch Application!

On behalf of Food Skil, I am excited to announce that we have been successful in our application to The Social Traders’ The Crunch. This is very exciting news for us, as over the course of the next 6 months, we will be given the opportunity to turn Food Skil’s idea of reducing food insecurity in the Northern Suburbs of Geelong into a reality! As part of the Crunch program, Food Skil will be assisted by a series of workshops, tailored planning resources and one-on-one time with The Crunch Mentor team, which includes business mentors and MBA students from the Melbourne Business School.

I would like to thank all of our supporters and volunteers, as without your hard work, dedication and enthusiasm for Food Skil, we would not exist and we certainly would not have been successful with our application! We have some very exciting times ahead and we look forward to further developing Food Skil with your continued support as well as participating in the Crunch program.

On a different note, it’s currently school holiday time, so that means the School’s Fresh Markets are currently on holidays too! But that doesn’t mean you still can’t get your weekly fresh produce, as our shop in Labuan Square is open Monday – Saturday and stocks fresh fruit, vegetables, milk, yoghurt, fruit salad, jams and relishes. Come on in and see what is currently in season – you just might be surprised with what we have in store!

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

Katie.

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