Feed Me Good Social CIC is a Community Interest Company with a passionate team by Nureen Glaves, who is not only the Founder but the Facilitator, who develops and delivers the projects. Our innovative team develop services for the needs of each community we with work, ensuring to be respectful & strengthen the community along the way.
We love solving issues & finding different ways to be sustainable.
We work closely with IKEA on Live Lagom Sustainably at home, Our focus was reducing food waste, meal preparation on a low budget, recycling, growing your own food & improve overall health & wellbeing. As a result, Nureen was featured in the Live Lagom Magazine, these principles leant are heavily infused in our methods & services we provide.
This idea has been on our minds for a long time. It is an extension of what we have done already. We understand that everyone has a skill and by providing a space to explore such skills opens the doors to more opportunities. We know this project would make a huge difference to these communities because they have told us so. By working with these communities further we are able to reinforce what we have already done and support residents further. We will be able to provide much-needed services to the communities, making them more inclusive, healthy and sustainable.
We want to build on these community relationships that have been developed to do more. We also realise that the regeneration has the possibility to undo some of our good work. By having a long-term presence on the estates we are able to continue working with the current residents, but also work with the new tenants that move into the areas. We will continue to do outreach on estates but also work closely with the housing providers to understand their priorities and so that our work can be promoted by them to their residents. We will also work closely with local businesses and community organisations to create links, bringing the community closer together. We will also work in partnership with London Southbank University and The National Bakery School to support those residents who want to step into education and/or employment.