“Serving the Community”
The success of the AMURT UK feeding programme in London inspired the creation of the Breakfast Kitchen. The programme was set up by our dedicated volunteers Kumar and Kalyana in October 2014, serving disadvantaged communities in and around L15, Liverpool. The Breakfast Kitchen activities soon grew to include a mobile kitchen serving refugees and asylum seekers in Liverpool. We also help distribute clothing, footwear, books, toys, and essential household items to beneficiaries of our programme.
AMURT UK would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to Gregson Memorial Institute for their kindness in allowing us to use their place to launch and run the Breakfast Kitchen feeding programme for the first four weeks.
The feeding currently takes place on Mondays and Thursdays. Every week there are around eighty beneficiaries. Some of the food received from our partners, sponsors and also the generous public, is also distributed to the Local Food Banks; Missionaries of Charity and also the White Chapel Centre, in Liverpool.
To volunteer, donate or for more information, contact:
srvkumar at amurt.org.uk
kalyana at amurt.org.uk