Members of Borderland Rotary, in Shropshire, West Midlands, visited Osnosh Community Kitchen for lunch and learned about how it is run and its impact on the local community.
The event was planned as a charity event to raise funds and awareness for the project and ideas for the future.
Chris Bryan-Smith, Borderland president spoke of his admiration for the project and its impact on the community.
He said, “I’ve often visited Osnosh and admired the great service they provide for so many diverse people in the town and felt that Borderland should try and help them in some small way, and I hope our lunch there will be just the beginning.”
The event was planned as a charity event to raise funds and awareness for the project as well as raise ideas for the future.”
Osnosh was set up in 2018 as a Community Interest Company as it was identified that waste food from supermarkets and hunger were rising in parallel.
Hence it was decided that using the remaining food to feed the hungry would make total sense.
Chris continued “We were also shown the roof kitchen garden and talked about all the other great activities that go on throughout the week at the Centre by Ruth from Martin & Jones Marketing, who give their services free of charge.
I’d like to thank Donna, Gareth, Ben, and all the volunteers who made us so welcome and our visit a success – thank you all.”
If you would like to support Osnosh, visit their website.