KIKIT: Community Food Stall

KIKIT Pathways to Recovery CIC would like to present the first Sparkbrook Community Food Stall in partnership with a local business, Bab-Al-Hara.

The Community Food Stall is an initiative created after an increase in demand for food bank vouchers was identified. Local homeless individuals and deprived families were unable to travel to the food banks due to a lack of travel fund and unable to gain one of the key necessities in life, food.

Bab-Al-Hara Catering/Restaurant, will be donating a generous amount of food every Monday to be distributed by KIKIT Pathways to Recovery CIC to aid homeless individuals/deprived families within the local community.

Referrals from professionals are always welcome. Brilliant way to spread happiness and bring communities together! For more information please call 0121 448 3883 or email: info@kikitproject.org

Venue: KIKIT office, 153 Stratford Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, B11 1RD
Date: Every Monday
Time: 12pm – 1pm

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