A simple idea.
Support local hospital clinicians who are working in war-like conditions due to COVID-19, and support local restaurants who are really hurting at the moment.
Goals of the program
- Feed our clinicians who are stressed, tired, and generally don’t have time in this environment to make and bring their own food.
- Make the process simple and efficient for hospitals.
- Employ restaurants and their teams during this really difficult time.
How can I help?
If you're a restaurant and can make 50 or more self-serve meals for less than $20/meal - please get in touch!
If you'd like to donate, you can do so below. Every dollar donated goes to buying meals for hospital clinicians.
Our first delivery from Juanita's!
We've partnered with Juanita's in Subiaco, and delivered another 50 meals to RPH ICU. They served up a middle eastern style curry of chickpeas and mushrooms with a herb yoghurt.
Anthony Princi, owner of Bivouac, interviewed on ABC RadioListen now 📻
Delivered another 50 meals from Bivouac to Royal Perth Hospital ICU
Thanks to generous donations from the Perth community, we delivered another 50 meals from Bivouac to RPH ICU. This week, Bivouac's chefs provided Mulligatawny and Minestrone soup — healthy, hearty and warming comfort food for the hospital staff.
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Official announcement of the Perth Hospital Meals program
Pilot delivery of 50 meals to Royal Perth Hospital ICU
Together with our first restaurant partner, Bivouac, we funded and delivered 50 meals to the Intensive Care Unit at Royal Perth Hospital. Meals were specially prepared and properly chilled, so hospital staff could heat them up throughout their shifts. Delivered under strict health & safety instructions, the meals consisted of 25 beef tagine with couscous and 25 chermoula buttered zucchini with red rice (vegetarian).
Website launch, first donations in!
Inspired by US-based Frontline Foods, Perth Hospital Meals is a grassroots program that delivers ready-made meals from local restaurants to frontline hospital workers battling the COVID-19 crisis.