Free break­fast for cause

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They say there is no such thing as a free lunch but what about a free break­fast?

Kings­land cafe Crave has teamed up with TEAR Fund and will of­fer free breakfasts to give peo­ple the chance to par­tic­i­pate in the Live Be­low the Line cam­paign.

TEAR Fund hopes to raise a greater aware­ness of the hor­rific child sex traf­fick­ing trade and in­spire Ki­wis to be part of this his­to­rychang­ing move­ment by liv­ing be­low.

Singer-song­writer Ju­lia­grace will also be per­form­ing at the break­fast be­tween 7am and 8am.

Crave is run by a col­lec­tive of peo­ple, pas­sion­ate about the com­mu­nity and broader global is­sues.

‘‘Crave chooses to fight poverty of any kind, both so­cial poverty in our neigh­bour­hood, and fi­nan­cial poverty in the de­vel­op­ing world. For us, liv­ing be­low the line to­gether helps us fight both kinds of poverty,’’ man­ager Nigel Cot­tle says.

Star per­former: Singer-song­writer Ju­lia­grace will per­form at the free break­fast.

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