We offer a range of education and engagement services to suit a variety of clients, venues and functions. Through these services we aim to teach, inspire and empower Australians so that together we can make a positive difference to our food system and our environment, animals, farmers and communities.
Lunchtime Corporate Engagement Events
Bring ‘MasterChef’ to your workplace with our Give a Fork! corporate engagement program, a joint initiative from Sustainable Table and our friends at Pot & Pan Culinary Tailoring
, Sam and Celeste Gant (you might remember Sam from the 2014 MasterChef series).
We believe that the best way to encourage people to buy into a more sustainable food system is to lead by example and present them with a menu that is too damn delicious to ignore. That’s why we’re offering three dining packages designed to be shared amongst colleagues. All ingredients are from organic and small-scale, local producers and the dining experience will be complemented with an engaging and educational presentation from the Sustainable Table team. Staff will receive a FREE EBOOK following the event to help them embrace a more sustainable lifestyle at home.
Sustainable Table team members are available to speak and present at a wide range of events and venues including council and community events, schools and corporate functions. We will always tailor our presentations around topics that are of specific interest to you. Topics we have covered in the past include:
• How create a waste free kitchen
• How to create a sustainable table
• Why we should ‘Give a Fork!’ about waste
• Mindful meat eating
• The state of the planet
• Practical things you can do to reduce your environmental impact through the food you eat
• Sustainable Seafood.
Our short documentary, Waste Deep
, is available online for free viewing. It has already been viewed by over 12,000 people across different venues and functions including community events and in schools
The 20-minute documentary shows how food and plastic waste can be avoided, drawing attention to much of the unnecessary packaging that is choking our lives, oceans and animals. It also gives an insight into the environmental and social impacts of our wasteful ways.
The film features some pretty rad people such as environmentalist and keen surfer Tim Silverwood, blogger, author and TV presenter Sarah Wilson and exuberant host of ABC's Gardening Australia, Costa Georgiadis.
If you are showcasing the film at a ticketed event that guests are paying to attend, we ask that you donate a portion of the ticket revenue to Sustainable Table in recognition of the time and resources that went in to making the film and to allow us to continue to do our important work (minimum suggested donation amount: $100).