Our peer-led community nutrition programs, like the 6-week course Healthy Food Made Easy, provide practical guidance and support to improve eating habits, with a focus on affordability. From cooking and tasting sessions to interactive activities, we empower participants to enhance their nutritional knowledge and apply it in everyday life.
Our Community Food and Nutrition Worker runs programs to raise awareness of nutrition and promote a healthy lifestyle, addressing concerns in the Clondalkin and Tallaght area. Join us in our mission to make healthy food accessible through our school and youth programs, as well as Baby Food Made Easy Workshops for parents, establishing a foundation for lifelong healthy habits.
Healthy Food Made Easy
This is a peer-led community nutrition programme. It is a 6-week course aimed at supporting people who are interested in healthier eating, particularly where cost is a consideration. We aim to improve people’s nutritional knowledge and to help them put it into practice in everyday life. The course is practical but fun and everyone can participate. The sessions include cooking and tasting!
This programme runs once a week for 2.5 hours
Cool Dudes Programme
All 5 sessions include practical cookery and participants choose what they would like to cook from a range of recipes in the handbook provided. This course is available to schools and youth activity groups.
This programme runs once a week for 2 hours.
Baby Food Made Easy Workshops
Baby Food Made Easy Workshops are held for parents of young babies who are ready to start spoon-feeding. Information is provided on the current guidelines from the Dept. of Health and there is a practical cookery element on preparing appropriate foods for different stages of weaning. Through the delivery of Baby Food Made Easy the Partnership aims to increase parents’ understanding of nutritional and dietary information for young babies and establish the foundation for healthy food habits.