Edible London are the first community project we have funded to support our most vulnerable people during the COVID-19 Crisis

Edible London is a creative urban community farm that tackles mental health and social isolation and brings communities together.
To support people through Covid-19, Edible London has formed a partnership with Haringey Council to source, clean, repackage and deliver food to residents who are most in need. Between 30 March and 3 April 2020, Edible London delivered food and essentials to almost 800 households in Haringey
This grant of £5,000 covers costs relating to the Food and Essentials hubs at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and Alexandra Palace. 
Edible London’s aim is to give nutritious food to people in Haringey.  This grant enables us to feed some of the borough’s most vulnerable residents who are struggling as a result of COVID-19.
We are using the funding to buy equipment that help keep our staff and volunteers safe as well as to pay for key staff roles that enable us to deliver a sustainable and secure response.
Alex Papworth - Community Facilitator, Edible London
The grant will cover costs for 4 weeks and it includes paying staff to maintain a safe and stable operation during the COVID-19 crisis.

Well done Edible London!