January 16, 2023

Feeding our rangatahi

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Being social means liking people, it means companionship and caring for one another – just like the folk at Mount Social Club. They’re making the ‘social’ part of their name an action they live by, by looking after the need in their community.


As part of this, Mount Social Club recently paid-it-forward 20 frozen meals to Kura Kai, an organisation focused on providing nourishing meals to our rangatahi (youth) and their whānau (family).

Kura Kai purchases chest freezers for partnering secondary schools, and generous volunteers – including Mount Social Club – stock the freezers with meals that the schools give to young people in need.

Kura Kai focuses on secondary school students because they want to encourage rangatahi to stay on at school and complete their secondary education, and offering meals is one way to help them to do this. Kura Kai also encourages rangatahi to look out for others in need in the community, teaching them compassion and encouraging the cycle of generosity. Which is exactly what Mount Social Club is demonstrating with their pay-it-forwards!


If you want to join Mount Social Club in their generosity, visit them at 305 Maunganui Road for breakfasts, lunches and dinners seven days a week. They use only the freshest ingredients, including organic meats and fresh local produce.

Want to see how many rangatahi have been impacted by pay-it-forwards, head to Kura Kai’s Generosity HUB here.

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