Feed the Kids – Big Breakfast

Written By: - Date published: 2:14 pm, April 16th, 2013 - 1 comment
Categories: activism, mana, poverty - Tags: ,

As previously noted, Mana is running an excellent campaign to Feed the Kids.

Tomorrow the campaign is running a Big Breakfast event to feed 2000 kids. This will be from 9am to 12 noon at the Otara Leisure Centre, 115 Bairds Rd, Otara, Auckland (not at Ngāti Otara Park as previously advertised).

Apparently volunteers are needed both tonight and tomorrow – contact the organiser listed in the announcements linked above if you can help.

One comment on “Feed the Kids – Big Breakfast”

  1. Dr Terry 1

    Good initiative from Mana! Now it is over to the caring members of the country to keep up the impetus.

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