Coffee for ‘frontliners’


Coffee fix: Pantry House staffer Erin Anderson is pleased with the success of the pay-it-forward idea. Picture: Supplied

THE Pantry House, at Benton’s Square shopping centre, has been overwhelmed with support for its pay-it-forward board for emergency services and frontline emergency staff which is “getting huge every day”.

“We would love more of those people to come and collect the free coffees the community have paid forward,” proprietor Emily Cook, said.

“We always have over 50 coffees paid forward and if you check out our Instagram and Facebook I have posted photos of some of the front-liners that got the coffees.”

First published in the Mornington News – 28 April 2020


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