The Goodwin Development Trust understands that food is the great leveller – we all need to eat but more importantly – we all need to eat well. Which is why we have developed a comprehensive Food and Nutrition Programme which provides good quality food to those who need it while also tackling the underlying causes of food poverty and poor nutrition.

Whether it be through our extensive Humber-wide FareShare food charity network, the extensive offering at our Community Café, our Fresh Food Co-op shop, our cooking-on-a-budget classes or our Community Gardens growing initiative – we are engaged with the community on food issues at every level.

If you’d like to know more – simply take a look at any of the following projects

FareShare Hull & Humber
Community Café
Fresh Food Co-op
Thornton Urban Gardeners