Our Kitchen on the Isle of Thanet appeal for help to pick up milk for vulnerable people projects

Summer Kitchen boss Sharon Goodyer Photo John Horton

Our Kitchen on the Isle of Thanet is appealing for help to pick up  450 litres of milk which will be distributed to projects including The Gap, Salvation Army and Lighthouse Project.

Kitchen boss Sharon Goodyer, who also runs the free meals scheme every summer, needs two chiller/refrigerated vans to pick up the milk from Fareshare Kent in Ashford and bring it back to Ramsgate.

The milk is in 118ml cartons meaning recipients can then freeze it.

Anyone who can help is urged to call Sharon on 07912 793980 or message the Our Kitchen on the Isle of Thanet facebook page here

2 Comments

  1. this project Barry needs lots of things
    It needs running properly for one not saying Sharon has done anything wrong but I do not like politics at the best of time.
    I think it needs more help overall and not just funding campaigns like mine.
    What Suzanne Brimm says makes a lot of sense
    where are these silent directors of the CIC
    please show your faces on this

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