Central Coast local's helping locals
 Central Coast local's helping locals

Locals, supporting locals. Central Coast businesses offering help and encouragement, in a time of need.

Published on 11 May 2020

The last couple of months have taken its toll on many, from individuals working on the front line in our hospitals and health organisations. To our food and drink businesses that have looked for alternate means to keep their doors open. The impacts of Covid-19 have had ramifications for many.

Though there has been a constant during this time; the unity of our locals as we banded together to champion for those needing support. Whether it’s the support of individuals in propping up our local food and drink industry as we bought an incredible variety of take-out and home-delivered food options, to businesses that championed compassionate initiatives in a gesture of giving back during this time.

Here we highlight a few of the incredible Central Coast initiatives right now. It’s not too late to show your support!

 

Soul Soup dishes out to those in need

Soul Soup is a local charity organisation who provides our Central Coast homeless community with a healthy and delicious feed and a friendly ear for a chat.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, Soul Soup has collaborated with Activate Foods, Gosford RSL, Rajshahi Indian Restaurant plus many more generous local businesses to ensure healthy and delicious food reaches those in need by delivering up to 100 meals each week.

To find out how you could help Soul Soup through donations or volunteering, please visit their website.