Pancakes for all at St Andrew’s church
Volunteers from St Andrew’s Uniting Church are heating up their frying pans to flip pancakes for a good cause.
Horsham co-ordinator Kim Hartwich said although the church’s annual Pancake Day event was always a fun day for the community, it was underpinned by serious issues.
“We are proud to support the work of Uniting Care and call on everyone in our community to enjoy unlimited pancakes and get behind this fantastic cause,” she said.
“The reality is one in seven Australians are living in poverty, with one in six children affected. This year all money raised will support Uniting Care programs for people living in crisis. They may be suffering from homelessness, abusive relationships, addictions, financial hardship, illness or sudden crisis.”
Pancake Day will be in St Andrew’s Uniting Church hall on March 3 from 10am to 1pm.
Pancakes cost $7.50 for ‘all you can eat’, while children up to age 12 eat for free.