Charity Registration Number 1121605

Tackling inequalities in what people eat

Changing Lives Through Food - for Young Carers and Youth Clubs

Fantastic news!  We were one of three winners of The People's Project in the ITV West region and are the delighted beneficiaries of almost £50,000, all of which will go towards helping youth groups and young carers in East Devon and South Somerset learn how to cook healthy and delicious food.

Thank you so much to everyone who supported us by voting and sharing.  We did it!

With cooking sessions, nutritional information and a fruit and veg shop in Axminster, we try to make 'eating well' easier for everyone, especially people who are isolated and disadvantaged.  Take a look at our latest HALFF newsletter here.

HALFF's Facebook page gives updates, tips and thoughts for healthy day to day cooking and eating, or visit our shop to talk to someone from HALFF in person, click here for our opening times.

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It only takes 5 minutes to register with Easyfundraising.  Then set up the   link to go to the site quickly.  So whenever you shop online at many retailers, a proportion of the cost goes to HALFF at no cost to you.

Next sessions

April 2017

Tuesday 18 April Cooking for One at the United Reformed Church Hall, Axminster, 11:00 - 12:30

Tuesday 18 April Millwey Youth Cooking session at the Millwey Community Hall, Axminster, 16:00 - 20:00

Wednesday 19 April Learn to Cook Heathily (for carers and those who cook for others)at the Masonic Hall in Axminster, 11:00 - 13:00

Tuesday 25 April Cooking for One, including modified diets, at the Marshlands Centre in Seaton, 11:00 - 12:30

Wednesday 26 April Cooking with parents and children at Manor Court School, Chard 1.30 - 3.00

Friday 28 April Seaton Heart Hub at the The Marshlands Centre in Seaton, 10:30 - 12:30

Looking for good quality organic fruit and vegetables in Axminster? At our shop, The Food Hub, in South Street we sell fresh produce from Riverford Organics, as well as non-organic local fruit and vegetables. All proceeds from our shop go to the community and help us to help vulnerable people.

HALFF do not receive government funding and rely on donations, our Local Giving page allows supporters to help us to help local community

Yarty Party NEW

Help support HALFF by attending this year's new Yarty Party in July.  This year we are the festival's chosen beneficiary/charity




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