Festivals & Events
The O’Neal family is walking through the annual Family Fun Day at their local park. Laughing children, loud music from the high school band and the sounds of carnival rides fill the air; a magical community spirit. Mrs O’Neal is slightly frustrated by her children’s begging for more hot chips and fairy floss.
Many people in your community find it difficult feeding themselves and their family nutritious foods. Unsupportive environments, fussy eating and the abundance of confusing nutrition information available are just some of the many reasons families are struggling.
The good news is you can help your community live happier, healthier lives with fun, engaging entertainment!
Foost have developed Positive Food Education for happy, healthy communities. It has been designed to help adults and kids to realise how simple and delicious eating well can be, and to support them on their journey towards more positive eating habits.
Benefits of positive food education in the local community
- Highly entertaining activities with a social purpose
- Engaged kids, grateful parents and impressed community members
- Strengthen community values relating to nutrition, healthy living and sustainability
- An upstream approach to chronic disease prevention – “when solving a problem, dig at the roots instead of just hacking away at the leaves”
How do we deliver Community Positive Food Education? Through fun foodie events!
- Kids’ cooking classes
- Kids’ drop-in foodie activities
- Smoothies bikes
- Adult cooking demos
- Parent education sessions
The Foost team has cooked with over 35,000 children.
“Just reiterating how great the Make Your Own Sushi lunch activity was this morning! The children were focused and excited, and obviously proud of their impressive sushi. Kate is very engaging, informed and professional and I would highly recommend her for future food-related events.”
Emily, Customer Service Officer, Bayside Library Services
“Today was great fun. All the kids had a ball and my son (who HATES veggies) was ‘courageous’ and gave them a shot. Thankyou so much to the colourful chef and all your helpers for such a great time.”
From a grateful parent of a 4 year old junior chef.
“Really great session and the food was delicious. It’s nice to get the kids involved and in control of cooking for themselves”
Parent from Party in the Park at Princes Park
Some of our happier, healthier clients
Get in touch to discuss how we can help you create positive moments with your community.