Rockingham’s S.O.U.L. Soup Patrol benefit from donation

Adam McLachlan and Soup Kitchen manager Katie Stallard with WAMA Alliance Management Office governance & assurance officer Nola Patricia and   Warship Asset Management Agreement personnel. Picture: Jon Hewson    d474885
Adam McLachlan and Soup Kitchen manager Katie Stallard with WAMA Alliance Management Office governance & assurance officer Nola Patricia and Warship Asset Management Agreement personnel. Picture: Jon Hewson d474885

S.O.U.L. Soup Patrol in Rockingham were beneficiaries of a donation from the Alliance Management Office.

Personnel from defence and civilian contractors held a Crock Pot Cook Off social awareness event.

More than 100 personnel donated towards a hot, cooked lunch and the proceeds went to not-for-profit S.O.U.L. Soup Patrol.

The fundraiser raised $800, with the money going towards car packages, fresh food and non-perishable pantry items.

S.O.U.L. Soup Patrol is a voluntary group which serves food and provides basic necessities and information on the streets of Rockingham to those who seek it.

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