Live to tell your story
Live To Tell Your Story's Prepare Produce Provide program started out as a school hospitality training program that produced 500 meals weekly for local people experiencing homelessness.
Since then, Head Chef Tanya said that number has more than tripled, and they now provide meals services to WA community groups supporting people experiencing hardship, health concerns or income reduction.
“We generate around 1500-2000 meals a week here,” she said.
The program seeks to reduce food wastage, while mentoring volunteers and young people within the program.
Thanks to WA players, Lotterywest was able to provide a $36,000 grant to Live to Tell your Story towards crisis and emergency relief support for those impacted by COVID‑19 .
“The Lotterywest grant has really enabled us to solidify what we are doing here,” Tanya said.
“That means we are able to generate meals with some consistency.”
Towards the 10th Light Horse Bridle Trail, located in the Peel and South West regions, to commemorate the centenary of the taking of Damascus.
The Constable Care Child Safety Foundation Inc., now known as the Constable Care Foundation, was initiated in 1997 as part of Community Policing. Now a separate function, the team work tirelessly to address social issues in primary school aged children.
Towards the free Dalyellup Makers community event as part of the Capel Makers Trail, which will strengthen community connections through homemade crafts and arts activities.
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