Students of The Berkeley Institute designed this website to help the community increase food security by showcasing available food resources on the island.
This website was inspired by Social Justice Bermuda's Food Database and how critical food insecurity has become in Bermuda.
Bermuda Farmers & gardeners
Bermuda Seed Savers
Home harvest trading
Focus Counselling meal program
Bermuda Farmer's & Gardeners
Church-Based food Programs
Eat Grow Save
8-week gardening classes
Eat Grow Save encourages people to start home gardens. The idea is to make fruits and vegetables available, accessible and sustainable.
Classes teach Bermudians how to plant using the same methods as past generations. A great place to learn environmental responsibility, team work, problem solving with volunteer group leaders.
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CREATING COMMUNITY GARDENS IN EACH PARISH THAT WILL MEET THE NEEDS OF THE LESS FORTUNATE.
Serenity Garden Southampton
Eco-Schools is an international award programme that provides students the framework to introduce sustainable principles into their school. Eco-Schools is a student action programme, so it is the students who form and lead their Eco-Schools Committee, which carry out sustainability audits and implement sustainable practices. The Sustainable Food Pathway encourages young people, their parents, and the whole community to take responsible food-related choices and actions that protect the environment, promote human rights, and improve the wellbeing of society.
Each week they provide 600 meals through their feeding programs.
Six nights a week, in the Hamilton area they host a mobile feeding program. Five nights a week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday) they host a dine-in hot meal at 10 North Street, Hamilton.
Additional services such as counselling, guidance, referrals and other practical assistance for families in need are coordinated by our staff on a needs basis.
Registered clients are provided with a variety of fresh, frozen, and non-perishable items and are allowed to make use of the services once a week. These goods are donated by local community partners such as farmers, retailers and wholesale agencies and purchased using funds donated.
64 Middle Road, Warwick.
Operating hours are Tuesday – Thursday from 10am-2pm and Saturday from 10:00am – 12:30pm
Food - Lunch - Six Days a week (not open Sundays) between 12.30pm - 2.00pm and Breakfast on Saturdays @ 8.30am- 10:00am
Laundry and shower facilities Saturdays 8:00am -12:00pm
Food - Takeout meal -
Wednesdays between 4.00 - 5.30pm
Hamilton Seventh-Day Adventist Church
First Baptist Church
Dinner - Wednesdays between 3:30-5:00pm, or until supplies last.
First come, first served
Service: Food - Takeout meal - Wednesdays between 5.00pm - 6.30pm
St. David's Seventh Day Adventist Church
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Food - Take-out Hot Meal every Sunday btw 5:00-6:00pm served from St. Theresa’s Hall, Laffan Street. Food Vouchers and hardship assistance when available.
Food-Breakfast, Lunch, and showers five days a week (M-F 8:00- 10am and 12-1:30pm).
Providing telephone and online addiction counselling and support - please call. - responding to critical cases in person, no appointment necessary.
Focus Counselling Services