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Bulldogs launch Canterbury Community Kitchen Program

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have acted to help the families of Southwest Sydney, by supporting an outstanding local program called the Community Care Kitchen (CCK).

This program will see the Bulldogs and the Canterbury League Club team up to provide funding for the Community Care Kitchen Program, who help feed families in need throughout Southwest Sydney. In addition, Canterbury League Club chefs will assist with the program, helping to provide fresh portioned meals that will be distributed.

The initiative will be headed up by former Bulldogs star Hazem El Masri, who will act as the Program Ambassador and will co-ordinate the delivery of the meals in conjunction with the Community Care Kitchen.

About Community Care Kitchen

Community Care Kitchen (CCK) is a local, grassroots non for profit comprised of volunteers dedicated to serving the community and eradicating food insecurity.

Their work involves supporting the most vulnerable members of our community, including those families living below the poverty line with services that are culturally appropriate and tailored towards multicultural audiences.

Their Mission is to assist those living below the poverty line with care, dignity and respect while creating a culturally appropriate volunteering platform where members of the community volunteer their time and energy back.

El Masri leads Bulldogs Community Care Kitchen Program

Facts about CCK

Covid restrictions have seen a significant increase in demand by families for assistance

* How many families do CCK deliver meals to each week? With support from local businesses, currently 600 families receive fresh meals each week

* How will CCK deliver food? CCK have staff and volunteers on the road to deliver fresh meals. All delivery’s follow COVID restriction requirements

* How many fresh meals will Canterbury Leagues Club prepare? Canterbury Leagues will prepare 200 fresh meals per week for distribution to families in need

Fresh meals will begin to be delivered from 16 August .

Contact Community Care Kitchen Emergency Food Relief Hotline: 0459 425 818 or