Sponsor a meal

So far this year, nearly 93,000 nutritious meals have been prepared and served to children and families staying at our Emergency Family Shelter and food remains one of the highest expenses at the Inn. Make an impact on the health of families staying with us and sponsor a nutritious meal.

*To sponsor a meal: click on the icon below, select the meal or snack option from the drop down menu and enter the donation amount. 

Continental Breakfast

Breakfast

Cost: $150

Assorted cereals, toast, fruit, coffee, juice and milk

 (served weekdays)

Hot Breakfast

Pancakes

Cost: $300

Pancakes or waffles, scrambled eggs, hash browns, bacon or sausage, fresh fruit, juice and milk

(served on weekends and stat holiday Mondays)

Special Breakfast

Eggs Bacon

Cost: $400

Eggs Benedict, hash browns, waffles or pancakes, fresh fruit, juice and milk

(served on weekends and stat holiday Mondays)

 

Brown Bag Lunch

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Cost: $100

Meat and cheese sandwich, juice box or water bottle, granola bar, cookies and fruit

(served on weekdays to school children and weekends for all)

Hot Lunch

pasta

Cost: $300

Pasta dish, garlic toast, Mexican lunch, vegetable and salad (based on availability)

(served weekdays)

Soup, Salad & Sandwich

Sandwich

Cost: $200

Grilled cheese or wraps, soup and salad

(served weekdays)

Pasta Dinner

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Cost: $400

Pasta dish – both meat and vegetarian options, garlic toast, vegetables and salad

Traditional Dinner

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Cost: $450

Choice of chicken, beef or fish, roasted potatoes, vegetables and salad

Special Dinner

Special Dinner

Cost: $600

Prime rib, Yorkshire pudding, beef jus, potatoes, vegetables and salad or, Turkey, potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, vegetables, gravy, buns and salad (Options based on availability)

Dessert

Dessert

Cost: $100

Fruit crumble served with ice cream

 

Lunch Snack

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Cost: $100

Granola bars, fresh fruit, cookies, juice

Milk

milk

Cost: $200/week

Children and their families staying at Inn from the Cold drink approximately 200L of milk each week.