Sharing Table

Whakapai Hauora have a vegetable garden with about 15 raised garden beds that they started about 5 years ago, when they saw a need in their community. They grow a variety of vegetables that they distribute among their clients wherever they see a need, or which are available in their foyer from time to time.
Community fruit harvest is a service that picks unwanted fruit from back yards and orchards and shares it with charitable organisations and food banks. Fruit can be shared or requested on their website. They will also harvest unwanted/surplus vegetables, in very large or small quantities.
Leap run the Ashhurst Community Market. They operate a sharing table during the market, outside the library.
Te Aroha Noa has tea and coffee facilities in their very welcoming community space, and sometimes have fresh fruit and vegetables available for anyone in the community to take away with them. As part of their school holiday program they may occassionally run cooking classes. The preschool has it's own raised vegetable gardens.
The Lucky Vege Cart is a sharing table in Cloverlea. It is for the use of the community of Cloverlea. Produce is a donation, and proceeds go to Cloverlea School.
Transition Feilding are a group of community-minded people who are interested in permaculture and the 'hands-on' approach to community gardens.