Food Connections Clarence

The aim of this project is to provide increased access and supply of nutritious food to older isolated people in the community.  This is being achieved through a partnership approach with Council’s Positive Ageing Advisory Committee CPAAC, and with the:

  • Clarence Community Volunteer Service and Clarence Positive Ageing Advisory Committee
  • Clarence Neighbourhood Centres: Clarendon Vale, Ris-don Vale, Rokeby, Warrane Mornington
  • Clarence Senior and Citizens Centre
  • Christian Family Centre Risdon Vale
  • Food Bank Tasmania
  • Health Promotion—Department of Health and Human Services
  • Rokeby High School
  • Second Bite Tasmania
  • South Arm Peninsula Residents Association

Funded by the Department of Premier and Cabinet Food Security Funding and Clarence City Council, the 2 year project is working on increasing the number of social eating programs across Clarence and increasing access to low cost and nutritious meals for older isolated residents.

For more information on the project please see the attached Food Connections Clarence Overview(129 kb)

2018 Clarence Social Eating Program(1607 kb)