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I live in Invercargill and outside of my time with Bellyful, I work in marketing and communications.
I joined Bellyful in 2021 as a volunteer and quickly became passionate about the mahi and aroha delivered by this organisation. I am now the Kaiwhakarite Peka (Branch Coordinator) for Invercargill and am so proud to be part of a wonderful group of people who regularly give their time and expertise to look after many whānau when they need a helping hand.
Bellyful’s simple philosophy is one I think many can understand. With a newborn there is a lot going on; meals from Bellyful help to ease minds and fill tummies at a time when there’s not much sleep or time to be had.
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