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Moruya Street Kitchen: up and running

The launch of the new Moruya Street Kitchen on Sunday 28th July 2019 at Russ Martin Park in Moruya saw a terrific turnout of volunteers offering warm dishes.

Above; The launch of the Moruya Street Kitchen last Sunday at Russ Martin Park, Moruya. The next Kitchen will be on Sunday the 25th August

The Kitchen is an absolutely free community BBQ focusing on helping the homeless and anyone in need.

Established by Nicky Axisa and Sarah O'Riley the Street Kitchen was begun with the intention of a kitchen and a delivery service to those in the community who would benefit from food, clothing, blankets and toiletries from Batemans Bay to Moruya

Organisers say the Kitchen will continue every last Sunday of the month adding “We are very excited to have wonderful volunteers who have offered warm dishes for the street kitchen, services and time.”

“We'd like to thank all the volunteers and everyone who donated a soup, food and items to make our first street kitchen successful. We appreciate the communities involvement in providing people in need with warm food, clothes, blankets, first aid items, toiletries and so much more. “Without you all this could not happen.”

“Our next Street Kitchen will be on Sunday the 25th August.

“If you are wishing to join our mission in providing food, please contact Moruya Street Kitchen Facebook page at the link below to arrange details.

"Anyone in need can also contact us through the Facebook page".

https://www.facebook.com/MoruyaStreetKitchen/

“We are still collecting contributions to hand out on the day, which include: Food, Drinks, sleeping bags, blankets, bathroom items, personal hygiene items, shoes, socks, beanies, scarfs, tracksuits, jackets and many more items.

“You can drop any donations of goods to the Bay Post office, 33c Orient Street, Batemans Bay”.

The donations via the Bay Post office in Batemans Bay are also used for direct deliveries for those unable to attend.

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