Drive thru food drive is one of the most popular forms of public engagement for people in need.
The drive involves a drive thru and a food delivery and the participants get a taste of the local community’s favourite food in return.
It’s a way for the people of the community to support the cause.
The drive was started by local resident, Sarah Kasten, and is currently supported by the Australian Foodbank.
The Australian Food Bank has set up an online drive thru which provides information on how to make a donation.
Sarah said the drive started out as an idea and as it grew, the number of people who wanted to take part increased and it became an ongoing project.
“We’ve got a drive every weekend for the last few years and it’s become something that we have grown very, very big,” Sarah said.
“This time we’re looking at making a big one, and the first thing that came to our mind was, ‘How about a drive through?'”
The drive has been really successful in raising the money for the Australian National Foodbank, which provides food to people in poverty, and a lot of that food is delivered in the drive.
“There’s not many other places around Australia that have done that.
We’re going to do a drive this weekend to raise money to fund the Australian Centre for Food Policy and Promotion, and that’s where we’re going with the food drive.”
Sarah said one of her most exciting moments was seeing people’s reactions to the drive as it unfolded.
“It was great,” she said.
“It was really, really exciting.
I thought, ‘Wow, this is going to be really effective.'”
Sarah said she had to learn a lot about how to drive the drive and how to properly prepare for the occasion.
“I’ve been doing this for four years and I’m definitely learning the skills and the tricks that I need to do to do this,” she explained.
“You’re getting up on a lift, you’re getting out of the car, you’ve got your food, you have your bag of crisps, you just want to get on the lift and get to the next part of the drive.”
To make the drive successful, Sarah had to be prepared for the many obstacles that she would encounter during the drive, and she was prepared to learn.
“The first day of driving was the hardest day I’ve ever had,” she added.
“A few people had had injuries or illnesses, or things had happened to them.
It was just very challenging to do.”
Sarah was able to learn the skills required to drive successfully through the drive by working with the Australian Center for Food.
“When we were driving the first day, we were just making sure that we were in a good position to get out and help people and that we didn’t have any problems,” she noted.
“As we got further into the drive we started to notice that a lot more people had injuries, illnesses or things that they had to go through, and so we were more aware of those things.”
The drive had been a success, Sarah said, but the experience had left her with a lot to think about.
“People don’t realise how much of an impact it can be on their life,” she concluded.
“In the past couple of years I’ve been in Australia and I’ve had a lot, I’ve met people who are going through difficult times, and it has really touched me to see how much they’ve been through.
It has helped me understand how hard it is to get through the tough times, I can understand what the people who do get through it have been through.”