Cafe Chat Discussion
19th Dec 2010 10:11am
Last Post 18th May 2012
this x-mass think about people in need for food, so when you sit at the table loaded with food. don't dump all your food ,you can't consume, give to charities ,and thay will pass it to our poor and needy people,after all they are humans,like us Reply
19th Feb 2011 03:27pm
Drea says: yes i agree, we people can eat all we want, we have KFC, BK, Mc D's and heaps more. W e need to think of others and not ourself.
22nd Apr 2011 04:09pm
Glenny says: Once it's on our table it is too late to give it away. We must learn not to waste food. We should buy only what we need, being careful not to waste it. We can give the money we save to charities who will support people, especially children who through no fault of their own are desperate, starving and dying.
11th Aug 2011 04:24pm
natters says: I agree, afew months ago, a friend I was talking to about this, mentioned that her and her family help out in a soup kitchen to serve the poor for xmas - that is such a great idea - in preparation you need to have some injections and I look to go and get those done so that I can serve there.
8th Nov 2011 08:46pm
Houdini_1994 says: I agree with that. I think we have to watch how much food we throw away. Like maybe if some item is on special you could buy an additional one for the needy people. So you are making an attribute, but it doesn't like cost heaps of money.
11th Nov 2011 09:46am
pauline says: yes i agree with debeli and i always make a note to myself that if i make some small changes which can bring some delight o the needy.i always donate the clothes which are good but doesn't fit in my family to the needy .
18th May 2012 08:56pm
pauline says: yes i agree with debeli and i always make a note to myself that if i make some small changes which can bring some delight o the needy.i always donate the clothes which are good but doesn't fit in...
Blossom says: I also donate clothes which I no longer wear. Recently I was sick and lost a lot of weight. I packed up several bags of clothes of mine and my Mother's and a friend took them to a charity for me. I also foundsome very old ones that were rather worn out (some had small holes), so I sent them to the Animal Welfare League rather than putting them in the bin. They will accept anything that doesn't have "filling" in it. They also have Op shops where the needy can buy clothes cheaply.
27th Jan 2012 02:17pm
daisy says: hello people and happy newyear first of all and hope you had anice christmas .Iagree with Glenny where itsaid mnot to waste food and another person said we have to think of others which is so true people waste to much food where hungary children and adults could have it and be greatful for it .we are luck in Australia where we can go and buy the food we need other countries dont get achoice they have to have whats in front of them.so please spare athought today for those needy people todaywho really need food and and find it hardto get.
28th Mar 2012 03:23pm
smythster2 says: In acountry as resource rich as we are are, everyone should at least end up with 3 meals per day
23rd Apr 2012 06:30pm
heidi says: yes i agree there are so many of us in australia that take the simple things like having a meal for granted when their are so many families out there that cant afford to eat its so sad, i clean my pantry out once a month and any cans or packets that are in date i donate to the salvos along with clothes i no longer wear or i have out grown just the small things make a different.
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