Street Kitchen expands to Narooma, essential item donations needed

Some of the items donated to the Moruya Street Kitchen. The new Narooma branch are looking for donations, particularly tea, coffee, takeaway containers and serving spoons.

Some of the items donated to the Moruya Street Kitchen. The new Narooma branch are looking for donations, particularly tea, coffee, takeaway containers and serving spoons.

Organisers of Moruya Street Kitchen have added another branch in Narooma to make meals and essential items available to those in need.

Free community BBQs will be held the last Thursday of every month, starting on October 31 at Quota Park, Riverside Drive, Narooma from 12pm to 2pm.

If you want to donate items, the drop-off zone for Narooma is Campbell Page, shop 33, Narooma Plaza from Monday to Wednesday 9am-5pm.

Organiser Sarah O'Riley said they were still chasing items essential to the running of the kitchen such as tea, coffee, takeaway containers and serving spoons.

"Narooma street kitchen provides a meal and essential items to those who need it," she said.

"We are able to fill a void that not many services cater too.

"We aim to involve all ages, backgrounds, cultures and income levels.

"Everyone can do it tough sometimes. Everyone is welcome. Please come and join us."

If you are wanting to help by volunteering or cooking a meal on the day, message the "Narooma Street Kitchen" Facebook page.

A street kitchen at Moruya is held on the last Sunday of each month at the River Park, Moruya at 3.30-5.30pm.

The Batemans Bay Street Kitchen is run every fortnight at the Batemans Bay Community Centre at 1.30-3.30pm.

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