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Don’t feel like cooking? Try a little Tender Loving Cuisine

Tender Loving Cusine

SPONSORED BY TENDER LOVING CUISINE IN a world where the production and distribution of healthy food is becoming challenging, Tender Loving Cuisine has excelled as a popular and respected food delivery services along the east coast of Australia. Tender Loving Cuisine’s “road to success”, a spokesperson said was the fact “small, proud and successful businesses are the backbone of our ... Read More »

Reaching out to the homeless across Australia

IT’S difficult to comprehend, but on any night in Australia, one in 200 people are without accommodation. For more than 100,000 Australians, this means they are not only without a home, it may mean they don’t know where their next meal will come from, and they probably don’t have access to services like healthcare. It comes as the Australian Bureau ... Read More »

Support rolls in for new venture feeding and training homeless

Homeless venture

VOLUNTEERS are responding whole-heartedly to a new partnership that will give Brisbane’s homeless free food and employment training as early as January. Several people have been in contact with The Catholic Leader after reading last week’s front-page story on former homeless man Grant Richards and food factory manager Winston Cheng, who are planning a new charitable venture next year. The ... Read More »

Catholic awards winner inspires partnership giving free food to city’s homeless

Winston Cheng and Grant Richards

FOOD manufacturing manager Winston Cheng has turned his loose change into a charitable venture giving Queensland’s homeless a free feed and domestic training “through to eternity”. The owner of food production factory Ivory Kitchen will launch a new line of ready-to-eat meals for supermarket chain IGA next year and, on the side, will give homeless people the same food for ... Read More »

Soup’s heating up hearts

BRISBANE food retail manager Whitney Chapman believes one cup of soup can help get a homeless person off the streets. The SumoSalad store manager based in MacArthur Central in Brisbane’s CBD, offered free cups of soup to Brisbane’s homeless as part of a national partnership with the St Vincent de Paul Society. “I went around the city to various spots ... Read More »

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