Central Coast News
Official Opening and Launch of Social Enterprise 'Better Days Cafe'
The cafe is partnering with the Salvation Army Employment Plus team to provide supported employment, training and work experience to local young people who have struggled to access paid work.
The project was proudly funded by the NSW Government through a My Community Project Grant after 2,261 community members voted to support the idea.
After 12 months of construction, the grand opening will take place on May 1st, 2021 from 2:30pm at 22 Adelaide Street, Tumbi Umbi.
Local MP Adam Crouch will be in attendance to officially open the cafe with live music by Joey Arrua.
Coast Community Care is looking to partner with additional organisations in the future including indigenous and disability organisations.
Community members can support the project by visiting the cafe from 1 May to enjoy great food and coffee and by supporting Coast Community Care's fundraising work to expand the project.
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