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Kinning Park Community kitchen

Our Community kitchen brought people together, twice a week, to enjoy affordable fresh food, socialise, and participate in our community kitchen activities. We believe that everyone has a right to access food and that’s why our community kitchen operated a
Pay-What-You-Can model.


What we did?

We fostered a space where you could relax with others, eat tasty fresh food and learn new skills.


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Our Catering service was available when you hire a space at the Kinning Park Complex. We provided food and non-alcoholic refreshments at a reasonable cost. Our catering service is currently paused. You can still hire our kitchen for your own catering.

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We worked closely with the Community Wellbeing and Participation team. You found them at the community kitchen during the Community Meals offering conversation, advice and support.

Pay What You Can

All donations were anonymous and you no one was made to feel like they needed to donate. At KPC we understand circumstances change from day to day and this can affect your ability to donate.

How did it work?

Pay What You Decide Model

Eat First!

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Food comes first! Grab some food and a drink and enjoy your meal with your community.

Other Donations

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We were always looking for donations of skills and produce in exchange for a meal.

Cash Donations

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Any monetary donations were used to ‘pay forward’ for another community member to
enjoy a meal.



You could also volunteer as a way to pay for your meal. No experience was needed you would be trained by our team and will always be offered a full meal.


The tunes are just right for talking to friends and the tunes are brilliant.

Café Community Member


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