A Perth social enterprise is putting its meals on the market in a bid to bankroll its target of feeding 1,000 mouths a month.
Giraffe saw their revenue streams dry up when the hospitality industry was shut down and also saw the training opportunities they provide for people with disabilities come to a halt.
The South Street-based firm, which has a new facility on Mill Street, has kept working and plated-up more than 3,500 meals to people in need during the pandemic.
From Wednesday, the Fair City firm will be delivering comfort meals to anyone who orders one, in a bid to ensure the financial security of the free food project beyond lockdown.
CEO Gareth Ruddock said: “Following requests from our supporters and friends, we have decided to offer these tasty meals to the general public.
“This allows them to not only have a good munch, but to be able to help both Giraffe and the people we’ve been supporting.
“We believe a hearty, tasty, homemade meal can improve the health and wellbeing of everyone.”