Broth-ers in arms help the homeless
HOMELESS Healthcare’s first patron, WA Governor Kerry Sanderson, helped the not-forprofit group raise nearly $10,000 through its Soup Kitchen during the recent Homelessness Week.
Ms Sanderson was among volunteers in Brookfield Place earlier this month encouraging people to buy soup made by chefs such as Andre Mahe, Dan Fisher and Brad Johnston. Money raised at the annual event will help the Homeless Healthcare service meet the increasing demand for medical services among Perth’s homeless.
The service currently visits 11 sites in the metropolitan area and provides a mobile GP clinic at drop-in centres, youth centres, women's refuges, shelters and drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities.
People can host their own ‘soup kitchen’ at home. Call Tricia Slee, 6260 2092, email tricia. email@example.com.
Chef Ralf Vogt, Governor Kerry Sanderson, Homeless Healthcare founder Dr Andrew Davies, chef Andre Mahe and Clayton Utz partner Clive Luck. Rear: Chefs Dan Fisher, Brad Johnston.