Quinns Baptist College students make 224 meals for homeless people in cook off

Jarn-preet Walia, Michéle Brits, Sarah McIsaac and Brooke Fitzpatrick.
Jarn-preet Walia, Michéle Brits, Sarah McIsaac and Brooke Fitzpatrick.

QUINNS Baptist College student Michele Brits recently organised a cook off between Year 12 classes to make meals for the Salvation Army.

Michele said each student donated between $5 and $15, raising $474 for supplies – while Masala Clarkson restaurant donated 15kg of rice for the event.

“We were able to make 224 meals for the homeless people who need it, thanks to the support of Darren Reynolds at the Salvation Army’s Doorways program,” she said.

“Thanks to the support of the teachers at Quinns and a few parents, the event was an overall success, with everyone able to have fun in the process.”

Meals prepared by the Quinns Baptist College students.
Michéle Brits, Brooke Fitzpatrick and Sarah McIsaac.
Year 12 students made 224 meals for people who are homeless.