Corryong FoodShare Services needs $150,000 for permanent home

Jodie  Bruton
By Jodie Bruton
Updated April 14 2021 - 1:22pm, first published November 16 2020 - 3:00am
TEAM WORK: Corryong FoodShare Services volunteers Gary Wilson, Jan Hastings, Geoff Bennett and Dave Castello - among many others including Carol and Douglas Allen - have been flat chat providing emergency food relief since the summer bushfire crisis. Pictures: MARK JESSER
HOME HELP: Pastor Carol Allen hopes FoodShare can raise $150,000 to buy a permanent home at Corryong.

A SMALL army of volunteers - dealing with the monumental bushfire recovery in the Upper Murray - is still soldiering on.

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