Good Food Principles - CFCC
We use our Good Food Principles to guide a lot of our choices at CFCC and at our partner CFCs. And we are always interested in seeing how these principles resonate with a broader audience — if they add anything to your work by either articulating where you see yourself now or a direction in which you would like to go. The principles in this resource include: Taking action from the individual to the systemic (food access, food skills and civic engagement); believing and investing in the power of good food; creating an environment of respect and community leadership; meeting people where they’re at; and aiming high for our organizations and our community.
For further information about the ‘Good Food Principles’ please contact CFCC’s Program Manager Bronwyn Whyte.