How can I get Involved?

If you’d like to contact us about how to get involved, volunteer, donate money, find out what’s going on in your area, or want to start something new – email us:

You can also use this form to sign up to our monthly newsletter and updates. You can also tell us a little about yourself, where you live and how you found out about us – we’d love to hear from you!

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Ask your MP to back British farmers

Every year we spend £2bn on catering for the public sector including schools, hospitals and the armed forces. It is absurd that this isn’t supporting high quality, high welfare UK farmers.  

Right now government ministers are debating a new food strategy white paper, so we have the chance to change this.

Write to your MP now:

How would you like to get involved?

Community Food Growing

Check out the Lincolnshire Good to Grow map to see what community growing is happening near you – from school gardens and care farms to community allotments, gardens and orchards.

If there’s nothing happening near you, consider starting something with your friends or neighbours.

Check out these resources, and get in touch, and we’ll do all we can to support you.

Foodbanks, Cafes & Larders

There are many roles involved in running a foodbank or community larder, including drivers, storeroom assistants, fundraisers, and more.

Find your nearest foodbank here and contact them to offer your time and find out what help they need.

Food Partners

Become a Food Partner

We invite Lincolnshire businesses and organisations to sign up as a Food Partners, and work together towards a fair, healthy, sustainable food system.

There is no other obligation or cost involved.

If you share our aims, please get in touch to discuss becoming a Food Partner.

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