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Newsletter February Back to top

President’s Letter Dear Friend, Hello & welcome to the Liberation Larder February 2014 Newsletter. I hope this is an enjoyable & rewarding year for you & your family. Liberation Larder was again able to open at our regular times throughout the Xmas & the January Holidays thanks to the commitment & generosity of volunteers & sponsors….

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Newsletter November Back to top

President’s Letter Dear Friend, Welcome to the November Newsletter. There is a lot to share with you this month. Volunteers completed our first Occupational Health & Safety Course yesterday. Thank you to Fred & Susan Schack our trainers who donated their time & considerable resources. Also thank you to Michael Cannon, Regional Manager of the Cancer…

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Newsletter September Back to top

Its September already  & there is lots of interesting reading in this month’s Larder newsletter. So enjoy the read & thanks Liz on behalf of everyone….. Firstly Id like to thank all the people who offered after the last newsletter to take on extra jobs. A big thank you to Cath for co.ordinating the Larder…

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Newsletter August Back to top

Welcome to the latest edition of the Liberation Larder newsletter. Nights & early mornings have been very chilly & often wet these past weeks in Byron. At this time of year I am very grateful for my comfortable home & try to imagine what it is like for people without a roof over their head. …

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Newsletter May Back to top

IMPORTANT MATTERS T­SHIRTS If you would like a red t-shirt with the Liberation Larder logo free of charge to have and to hold now is the time to place your order. This can be done by writing your name and size on the list attached to the volunteers” cupboard or advise by email. The sizes…

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Newsletter April Back to top

Thanks Liz for inviting me to introduce the Larder’s April Newsletter. It is full of interesting reading & we all appreciate your effort in putting it together for our Larder family. This month we have an interesting interview with Richard who has now taken over & developed three verge gardens in Fletcher Street. These gardens…

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Funding Back to top

Liberation Larder is pleased to announce it has successfully applied for several small grants in recent months. This will enable us to expand our service and think beyond making ends meet each week. The Cancer Council is providing $3000.00 for our Larder Connect Program. This program will target individuals and families who are isolated and/or…

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Larder Connect Back to top

About Larder Connect Our volunteers collect the produce, make nutritious vegetarian meals from this produce and distribute them to agencies and people in need in Byron Shire. The meals are prepared in the Liberation Larder Kitchen, Byron Community Centre, Mondays and Thursdays. Some meals are prepared to accommodate special dietary requirements e.g. gluten free, nut…

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Farewell Honu Back to top

Venerable Honu Dawson, a Buddhist nun, started Liberation Larder on May 1st 2009. Honu has left her “hands on work” with Liberation Larder to take up other Buddhist work. We pay tribute to Honu for her vision, commitment and the countless hours of hard work she has put in to help Liberation Larder develop into…

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