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Food for thought - helping our own homeless neighbours


Shoppers to Woolworths in Moruya often find themselves walking by a deposit bin just by the checkout area. Most walk by it but some stop and lower goods they have just bought into the bin knowing that their donated items are much needed and much appreciated by SEWACS, the South East Women and Children’s Services.


Pictured Above: Lyn Fredin, Assistant Store Manager at Woolworths and Tony Agnew from South East Women and Children’s Services (SEWACS). Shoppers at the Woolworths Moruya store generously contribute to the donation basket located in the store. Non perishable in date foods and personal care items are always appreciated. If you have larger items such as linen, blankets and even furniture these can be redistributed to assist in family establishment and also for use in the Moruya women's refuge. Contact 44743226 if you have any questions. SEWACS provides a range of support services for women and children who are at risk from domestic violence as well as individuals in the community experiencing homelessness. Donated items are used to supplement the needs of families and individuals experiencing financial difficulties and homelessness.


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