Barnardos Wellington Public School Mother's Day breakfast
Barnardos staff from L-R: Deb Ryan, Joella Dwyer, Martha Smith, Jasmine Mezes and Rebecca Burns.
Barnardos Three Wise Women mobile café is delighted to participate in Wellington Public School’s Mother’s Day Breakfast again this year.
In what has become an annual fundraiser for the school’s P&C, the event is set to be an enormous success with school students having the opportunity to treat their mums, grandmothers, and aunties to a breakfast feast of croissants, bacon and egg rolls as well as a barista coffee roasted especially for Mother’s Day by Fat Poppy Coffee Roasters.
Barnardos Beyond Barbed Wire Caseworker, Martha Smith said she is looking forward to a busy morning at Wellington Public School. ‘It is always great to be in community with the Three Wise Women Mobile café. This year is a bit of an extra special treat with the Mayde for Mums coffee beans from Fat Poppy. It is so nice, a little bit like a Caramello Koala. I hope all the mums love it’.
Barnardos Australia program manager Shiree Talbot said they were excited to be involved in the Mother’s Day Breakfast.
“The Mother’s Day Breakfast fundraiser is really a win-win for everyone. The mums and children get a chance to celebrate together, the P&C are able to host an event, which will raise much needed funds for beautification projects for the school community and Barnardos Three Wise Women Mobile café volunteers are able to utilise their hospitality training” Ms Talbot said.
Wellington Public School P&C President Katrina Gersbach said there is a buzz of excitement in the air for the Mother’s Day Breakfast.
“This is our first event in a year and half. We are so excited for parents to be able to come back into the school and to be a part of the wider school community”.