Between April 2022 and March 2023 almost 13 tonnes of quality surplus food was recovered and redistributed to 15 community groups in Moray.Call us now on 01343 208293 to learn more
Moray Community Food Hub takes quality supermarket waste and other surplus foods and redistributes to community groups and other food related projects.
Moray Community Food Hub is working with those experiencing food insecurity to offer dignity and choice in crisis food provision by developing community larders, for example, within homeless units.
The Fairer Moray Forum is a mix of representatives from third sector and public bodies operating in the Moray area including Moray Foodbank, NHS Grampian, The Moray Council, Moray Citizens Advice Bureau, TSI Moray, REAP Scotland, DWP and the Moray MSP. The Fairer Moray Forum intends to raise awareness of poverty in the region and use direct action to tackle it.Call us now on 01343 208293 to learn more
In order to try and address the rising issue of food poverty in Moray the Fairer Moray Forum secured funding from Food Power to develop a food poverty action plan. The Forum felt that it was important to consult with people who were either currently experiencing food insecurity, or who had experienced food insecurity in the past and in-depth consultation was carried out.
The food poverty action plan has now been published and it is hoped the actions will be adopted by organisations and professionals across Moray.
View Action Plan (PDF)
View Food Poverty Report (PDF)
Cost of the School Day Report (PDF)
A Poverty Strategy was developed by the Fairer Moray Forum on behalf of the Moray Community Planning Partnership and an accompanying action plan was written incorporating the Child Poverty Report. Information has been collated from partners across the community for the development of both documents. Collating this information and using three poverty drivers, eight strategic outcomes with twenty-six discrete actions have been developed. This strategy and action plan has now been approved by the Moray Community Planning Partnership and submitted to the Scottish Government; reporting will be carried out on a yearly basis and progress monitored.
Poverty Strategy & Action Plan (PDF)