Mandurah LJ Hooker supporting Peel Community Kitchen at Xmas


Staff member and food drive organiser Jenys Lehmann with the LJ Hooker collection box for The Peel Community Kitchen.

Peel Community Kitchen collecting last year’s food donations from LJ Hooker staff.
Staff member and food drive organiser Jenys Lehmann with the LJ Hooker collection box for The Peel Community Kitchen. Peel Community Kitchen collecting last year’s food donations from LJ Hooker staff.

THE Mandurah LJ Hooker team are collecting non-perishable food items in the lead up to Christmas to support the generous work of Peel Community Kitchen.

The team are asking locals to donate non perishable items and help those in the community who need it most.

“We almost filled a ute full of hampers last year so hopefully we’ll do the same this year” LJ Hooker Mandurah’s marketing manager Tony Edwards said.

Food donation boxes are at LJ Hooker’s office, 68 Mandurah Terrace, opposite Dome.

The Peel Community Kitchen aims to establish a permanent and sustainable drop-in centre for the homeless, socially isolated and financially disadvantaged in the Peel region.

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