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Feeling the love

Saturday, 20th February, 2021

Eve-lyn Kennedy and Natasha Bearman in the new Love Our Community shop at 313 Argent Street. The initiative has been working out of the Argent Street store since November and is open Monday to Friday 10am - 4pm and Saturday 9am - 1pm. PICTURE: Emily McInerney Eve-lyn Kennedy and Natasha Bearman in the new Love Our Community shop at 313 Argent Street. The initiative has been working out of the Argent Street store since November and is open Monday to Friday 10am - 4pm and Saturday 9am - 1pm. PICTURE: Emily McInerney

Love Our Community has created a Food and Family project in an effort to support the community.

Love our Community is a ‘Broken Hill Social Enterprise’ which gives 50 per cent of its profits to charitable works in the community. 

Last Christmas, they delivered 33 hampers to people doing it tough. 

“It is people like this that we wish to continue helping through the Food and Family Project,” spokeswoman Natasha Bearman said.

“The Food and Family Project will aim to give a hand up to people who may find themselves in distress due to some crisis. 

“This help may include food, clothes, toiletries and other household goods.”

Love our Community does not receive any government funding and all the items and money raised will be spent in Broken Hill.

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