Peel Community Kitchen is grilling thanks to Rotary Club of Mandurah donation


Angelo Gangemi from Peel Community Kitchen with Gary Brown from the Rotary Club of Mandurah.
Angelo Gangemi from Peel Community Kitchen with Gary Brown from the Rotary Club of Mandurah.

PEEL Community Kitchen will have two new commercial electric grillers after a $1726 grant from the Rotary Club of Mandurah.

The grant was from money raised at the Wishing Well in the Mandurah canals.

The grillers will make volunteers jobs easier and reduce the wait time for kitchen patrons.

Volunteers will be able to cook eight toasties simultaneously.

The number of meals provided at the kitchen has increased to about 800 to 1000 meals each week.

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