Launched in July 2015, the Feeding Derbyshire Partnership is one of the original Feeding Britain pilot areas, and works strategically to respond to the dynamic socio-economic landscape within which they work.
The Feeding Derbyshire Partnership is now led by Rural Action Derbyshire working with a range of partners including ourselves, the Diocese of Derby, Citizens Advice and community voluntary services across the boroughs and districts and FareShare East Midlands.
Feeding Derbyshire aims to improve accessibility to good quality, affordable food and reduce the negative impact of hunger by ensuring projects and initiatives are inclusive and reach the most vulnerable people in the county.
It supports a range of programmes including the School Holiday Food Programme, community food banks and community kitchens across the county.
You can find out more information about the Feeding Derbyshire Partnership and the individual programmes from Rural Action Derbyshire.