Mother’s Kitchen in Melbourne began in November 2011.
Since October 2016 we have joined the Darebin Community Canteen in Preston and serve lunch every last Saturday of the month. The Darebin Community Canteen is a collaboration between the Anglican Parish of Jika Jika, Secondbite, the Darebin Council and Mother’s Kitchen. It was established to address food insecurity in the Darebin area and relies on the contribution of volunteers to run. As well as a free nutritious lunch, a variety of fresh produce is provided for people to take home after lunch.
Mother’s Kitchen Melbourne
Where: Darebin Community Canteen, Anglican Parish of Jika Jika, Cnr High Street and Murray Road, Preston (google map)
When: Last Saturday each month – lunchtime.
How it is run?
Volunteers are involved in preparing, cooking, serving and cleaning. The meal plan is usually discussed through email one week before the serving day. We are always looking for more volunteers.
How do I volunteer?
To offer your help with serving, cooking a meal, or to make further enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
How else can I help?
If you would like to support this worthwhile service but cannot volunteer in a physical sense, then tax deductible donations to Amrita Australia Limited can be made online. Funds are used to cover the cost of ingredients and incidental expenses in running the program.