Women's Legal Services SA is teaming up with Maggie Beer's kitchen, SKALA bakery, Oven Hire and Public Cafe to raise funds for women in need.
You can warm up with delicious soup servings of minestrone, pea and ham, sweet potato and pear and ginger at Public Cafe, as the proceeds benefit Women's Legal Service for women who are unable to access professional legal aid.
By helping yourself to some soup, you'll be helping women and children access a safe space and legal protection when they need it most!
WHERE: Public Cafe - 12 Franklin Street, Adelaide
WHEN: Wednesday 15th August between 12pm-2pm
If you can't make it on the day, you can still help by cooking up your own batch of soup at home or at the office and register to donate.
Click here for more information.
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