Community based meals delivered to your door.
If you’ve been supporting local restaurants and cafes throughout lockdown, you’ll be interested to hear about the Fair Feed initiative.
Fair Feed is a Melbourne based community project designed to create employment for hospitality workers who have been displaced due to COVID-19 but making and delivering affordable, delicious and nourishing meals!
Every level of this amazing project is designed to support and stimulate the community and create a circular economy.
Everybody involved from chefs to delivery drivers to local suppliers, growers and producers are all based in Melbourne.
So give them a go for some stress-free meals that are cooked fresh & ready to be delivered that day or tomorrow!
Their huge range of meals are updated constantly on their ordering page and they’re inclusive of all sorts of dietary restrictions!
EXCITING WORKSHOP NEWS…
Firstly, a huge Thank You to everyone who has attended one of our weekly online workshops, now conducted remotely via Zoom. When Covid-19 first hit in March, we were worried about the impacts on the business, as ReadyTechGo is known for “Face to Face training”.
As a small business, we are nimble and able to pivot quickly to adapt to the changing environment, taking our in-home visits and group workshops all online.
We’ve been so pleased to hear how well remote one to one lessons and remote group training has gone, so Thank you for adapting with us!
On the good news front, we have secured a further grant from BeConnected (the government initiative aimed at helping Older Adults gain digital skills) to extend our workshops for another year (Thank you to everyone who takes the time to register on the BeConnected website and nominate ReadyTechGo as their Learning Centre. This shows the government that learners are attending and helps them to identify which organisations to provide grants to).
This means we can continue to provide free group training until June 2021 – YAY!!!
We understand how important it is to have digital skills, especially during this pandemic where all essential services are moving online. From October, we will be increasing our webinars to twice per week, giving you more opportunity to learn (and be entertained by Matt).
So if you have a workshop topic in mind, please email us your workshop topic requests!
October also celebrates Get Online Week. From Monday 19 October, we will be holding extra online events including an Online Trivia (with prizes to be won). So keep an eye out for upcoming newsletters with more details.
Stay well, and stay healthy!