Meet the boys. I don’t say that flippantly. You have to be pretty vital to be considered one of the boys
Now, we’ve already spoken about these wonderful people from the Food Relief NQ, but I think the point I’m trying to make is how could you possibility righteously cover such a thing. To be so enormously servant hearted is to be named Bob or Clinton (two of 26 volunteers) or Toby Kelly, the grad poohbah of operations. I had the pleasure of visiting The FoodReleif NQ grounds twice due to a faulty camera lens. But that could easily be a lie. Maybe I just wanted an excuse to return.
Thinking my second visit would lack the initial bewilderment was a mistake. I walked in the reception entrance and came across a massive whiteboard painted with extremely impressive numbers. The goosebumps couldn’t help but say hello upon reading of their five figures worth of distributed hampers, school breakfasts, and volunteer hours. These guys could bring the assassin to his knees with a mere wave. I couldn’t help but imagine how the vital organs could fit in such bodies, with their invaluable tickers pocketing all available room.
And then goosebumps grew on top of those goosebumps when hearing that over the past 5 years, the Food Relief NQ has purchased over $280000 and 200000kg of food each year to support the people in need in our city.
We, Townsville lawyers, O’Shea and Dyer, are so immensely proud of this operation and have no trouble shouting our pride from the rooftops of Flinders Street, Townsville. We love that we can support this incredible organisation, and see an immediate difference within our locality. They help so many. So, raise a glass to Toby, Bob and Clinton tonight and hope to one day, have a heart half as big.