The following people and organisations have given their time, energy and resources
to Sustainable Table and we thank them enormously.
Morris Family Foundation
The Morris Family Foundation is a major funding partner, helping us to continue our work of educating and empowering the community to improve food security and related food sustainability issues.
Australian Ethical Super
Australian Ethical Super has come on board as a Sustainable Table supporter, providing invaluable support for the launch of our latest bookSeasonal Regional
. Together we have developed the 'Grow your Future' campaign, launched at this year's Sustainable Living Festival, which saw over 300 people visit Rose Creek Estate
Australian Ethical Super has been specialising in ethical managed funds and superannuation for over 25 years. As well as avoiding investment in companies with undesirable activities, all their investments support positive activities such as renewable energy, recycling, public transport, organic foods, water technology and education.
So as well as buying sustainable and local food, saving energy, taking public transport, and recycling, you can also choose to make sure your savings and super are working toward the same goals as you are.
ecostore are supporting Sustainable Table to deliver key educational messages around sustainable seafood consumption at the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.
With humble beginnings in a permaculture village 20 years ago, ecostore has grown into one of Australasia’s most trusted health/eco brands. ecostore’s products are manufactured using plant based ingredients from renewable resources. As part of their R&D process each ingredient in their extensive range of household and personal care products is researched thoroughly ensuring it’s safer and healthier for your skin and better for the planet.
ecostore is a PETA certified organisation, proudly GE and GMO free and they are vegan friendly. Their products are labelled with a full list of ingredients.
Sharing an office with an environmental not-for-profit has proven to be an expensive
exercise for the ‘boys’ at Qdos! We can’t thank them enough for donating their time
and resources to host our email management, website, customer relationship database
and financial systems! They are literally powering our organisation. We highly recommend
their services, so when you are next in need of outsourced business technology solutions,
get in touch.
Matt Smith, Monkeypuzzle Media Group, Web design
We have been blessed by an angel in the form of a monkey! Matt has donated hours
of his time and talent to designing our beautiful website. If you like what he’s
done (and I can’t imagine why you wouldn’t), consider him for your web design needs.
The Sustainable Table book Contributors
All of our contributors within The Sustainable Table lovingly donated their time
and in support of our cause. We ask you to support them by going to their restaurants,
buying from them at farmers’ markets, asking for their produce at food outlets and
even just saying “well done” for the effort they are going to to create a sustainable
food system for our future. Honourable mentions for going above and beyond in supporting our cause go to: Annie Smithers, Vegie Bar, Alice Henderson, Costa Georgiadis, Graeme Base and Matt Fowles.
Stuart Pettigrew Design
We have been overwhelmed by both the talent and continued support from Stuart Pettigrew
Design, in particular Kate Harrison who has put her heart and soul into designing
the brand and layout of our cookbook and organisation. If Michelin stars were dealt
out to designers, then this is an organisation worthy of one.
Damien Cheney, webintent
When we first spoke to Damo we were ‘social media shy’. Damo made us see how important
our online presence was and how we can start to engage a whole new audience. He
has been an important sounding board and mentor in developing our online strategy.
For success with all your online needs speak to Damo at webintent.