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Partnership Program

Working with Partners to deliver food waste avoidance behaviours in NSW

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Love Food Hate Waste NSW (LFHW) helps households and business reduce food waste by increasing awareness and changing behaviours.

Our partnership program supports opportunities for us to partner with organisations whose values align with ours, that want to tackle food waste and have the expertise, knowledge and reach to achieve long-term behaviour change.

Before starting your application for any category, download and read the Partnership Strategy and contact the team to discuss your ideas. We’ll work with you to prepare your application for submission. 

There are four partnership categories:

Super Partners – High profile partnerships that leverage shared goals for food waste avoidance with high profile activities, co-designed and co-invested.

Download the Super Partners Application form

Innovation Partners – Partnerships that deliver new and innovative food waste avoidance projects or activities that add value to existing program activities. Funding has been allocated to 30 June 2022. Currently a maximum of $25,000 is available for partnerships that can be completed in this time. Projects must align with the program goals and will achieve significant reach, impact and outcomes.

Download the Innovation Partners Application form

Community Partners - Supports community organisations, not-for-profits and small business with funding of up to $1,000 to integrate the LFHW brand and food waste avoidance messaging into existing activities.

Download the Community Partners Application form

Collaboration Partners – Connecting LFHW with organisations that share common goals in food waste prevention and education, recognised with an MOU and supported with LFHW collateral and resources.

Download the Collaboration Partners Application form

Need to know more? Contact us at Email: [email protected]

LFHW has detailed how it will evaluate the success of its partnerships in the Evaluation Plan. The plan includes a Partnership Establishment checklist to assess whether applications meet the program goals.