Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Grants available for playful community meals in Melb/Geelong: Mixed Dozen (closing 31 July)

From The Baker of Mixed Dozen:

Mixed Dozen are running a playful new community meal making program, and you might be interested.

At Mixed Dozen, we believe that there is need to reinvigorate the local, to rediscover our sense of community. How do we do this? Through meeting the people in your community you would never talk to otherwise, and what better way to connect with people than through food? This meal gives neighbours the space to play, create, give and make better connections to the people around them.

There are six $500 grants for those
in the Melbourne and Geelong regions wishing to create a playful, community meal event. Individuals or organisations can apply at But don't be too slow, applications are closing on the 31st of July.

Mixed Dozen is run in association with the Uniting Church, CERES Fair Food, Foodie Feasts and Project Synthesis. These organisations have all joined forces in their common love of binding communities together, and eating local and sustainable produce.

Check out more our manifesto at or learn more about creating your own Mixed Dozen meal here


Mixed Dozen Handbook |
Mixed Dozen Manifesto |
Apply here |

For more information or to talk further about Mixed Dozen’s work with food, meals and local communities you can contact:

It would mean a lot to us if you could share this within your networks, through word or mouth or even in your newsletter or similar.

Looking forward to our collaboration,

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