In the media
Chorus Kitchen was featured on Channel 7 demonstrating the importance our meal delivery service has on seniors and people living with disability, not just over the Christmas period but all year round. As the cost of living continues to rise, the benefits of affordable nutritious meals becomes more important to support healthy living. None of which would be possible without the wonderful volunteers that give their time to deliver the meals and the community donations and funding received by Chorus.
4pm News – Dan Minchin discusses the importance of the work both employees and volunteers do for the community, and the strains the industry is under with the current funding.
6pm News – Channel 7 joins Chorus Kitchen volunteer Stephen on his deliveries where the importance of the service being more than a meal is highlighted.
Chorus Peel Central and a local Mandurah childcare group Forrest Friends weekly nature group was visited by the Channel 7 news team to highlight the amazing work the group do to bring the community together and combat loneliness in the older population.
Chorus Kwinana and a local childcare centre’s partnership was highlighted in the LotteryWest ‘Dreamstate’ campaign.
Chorus merger with disability services provider Kira, bolstering Chorus’s staff numbers and expanding its geographical reach. Read the article about the merger on Business News here.
Chorus customers from Ability Arts took part in the 2020 As We Are Art Award and Exhibition at the Perth Exhibition Centre in November, with Chorus customer and artist, Kylie Graham taking out first prize in one of the sections. Read more about Kylie, the award and the exhibition in the Mandurah Coastal Time here.
Chorus and Southern Aboriginal Corporation teamed up to kick start a new frozen meals initiative which was featured in the Albany Advertiser. Click here to read the full article.
Ability Arts got even more creative with the coronavirus causing group activities to be paused. Mandurah Mail caught up with them to find out what they were getting up to. Click here to read the more.
The Albany Advertiser featured an article highlighting the great work Albany Chorus Kitchen and the rest of the Chorus Albany staff and volunteers did at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here for the full story.
Louise Forster talks to Curtin Radio
Head of Brand and People, Louise Forster talks to Jenny Seaton on Curtin Radio about the recent volunteering report created by Chorus and Curtin University. Click below to listen.
Chorus Kitchen talks to Curtin Radio
Gigi Warren from Chorus Kitchen talks to Curtin Radio about nutrition as you age. Click below to listen.
The Weekender Albany feature on Chorus Albany Senior Citizens Centre
Chorus Albany Senior Citizens Centre has been catching up for lunch with a local childcare centre, and invited The Weekender to join them one day. Click here to read the full article.
6157 by One Residential Spring 2018
Chorus Kitchen became cover stars in the Spring edition of the property magazine 6157 published by One Residential.