Since April this year, the team at the Jesuit Social Services’ Ecological Justice Hub in Brunswick have used their organic garden produce, commercial kitchen and experience in cooking and catering skills to good use.
They also offered online zero-waste cooking classes, drawing a significant audience.
Thousands of home-delivered meals and care packs were distributed during the COVID restrictions. Recipients have shared their deep thanks, not only for the supply of nutritious fresh meals and produce, but also appreciated the regular human contact and sense of care during the global pandemic.
This strengthens our community’s sustainability and resilience capacity, demonstrating what this means in practice in our homes and community interactions.
Learn more about the Jesuit Social Services’s Ecological Justice Hub.