The charity changing the lives of domestic violence victims one meal at a time
Ten years ago, three mates set up Australia’s first organic soup kitchen in Sydney’s King’s Cross.
Their vision and their purpose was to provide delicious, nutritious meals to those doing it tough.
Two Good was born, and just two years ago a “buy one, give one” model was implemented to help more Aussies in need.
With every lunch sold and delivered, another is donated to a women’s shelter or refuge.
The social enterprise has donated over 40,000 meals since 2016, even employing women from the refuges they serve to help them get back on their feet.
Two Good founder Rob Caslick tells Deborah Knight they provide more than food, helping struggling women rebuild their self-worth.
“One of the most debilitating things about domestic violence is really stripping of the self-worth.
“The amount of impact, or the transition, you see from someone who first starts with us, even a few weeks later, it’s what drives me.”
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