As demands in our lives increase, it can be almost impossible to eat well even with the best intentions. Add to that the idea sold to us that the cost of healthy eating is so high that is it a luxury. The Grub Club will show you how to reduce the time you spend cooking and even help you save money. This is a great opportunity to spend time with your family learning new skills together in a fun, relaxed environment.

We’ll help you understand how to make home cooked meals from scratch through cooking demonstrations and hands-on learning, with no previous experience required. You’ll build healthy habits that last a lifetime through easy, quick and affordable recipes.

We also want to make sure it’s easy to take part. That’s why our six-week workshops are free for you and your family to attend and held on school grounds or at your local community centre.

The Results

The Grub Club not only helps children and their families eat more nutritious, home-cooked meals, it also strengthens the relationships between families, schools and the community. But don’t take our word for it. Hear what some of our Grub Clubbers say!

“My two children can be fussy eaters, trying new food and also preparing the food has changed their views.”

Sandra, Grub Clubber and Mum
“My two children can be fussy eaters, trying new food and also preparing the food has changed their views.”

Sandra, Grub Clubber
and Mum
“We are making our favourite foods from scratch and not buying them ready-made. I now enjoy eating a wide variety of foods not sticking to the same things – being more adventurous”

John, Grub Clubber and Dad
“We are making our favourite foods from scratch and not buying them ready-made. I now enjoy eating a wide variety of foods not sticking to the same things – being more adventurous”

John, Grub Clubber and Dad
“The Grub Club makes you think about what you are eating, encourages less confident cooks, builds bonding bridges between parent and child.”

Sarah, Grub Clubber and Mum
“The Grub Club makes you think about what you are eating, encourages less confident cooks, builds bonding bridges between parent and child.”

Sarah, Grub Clubber and Mum
“I liked learning new recipes and new ways to cook. I loved sharing food with our family and getting them to taste new ingredients. I learned how to use kitchen utensils properly.”

Daniel, Grub Clubber, aged 11
“I liked learning new recipes and new ways to cook. I loved sharing food with our family and getting them to taste new ingredients. I learned how to use kitchen utensils properly.”

Daniel, Grub Clubber, aged 11