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  • Written by Candice Meisels



What happens to care workers who finish work late and arrive to empty shelves?


Carers caring for our elderly start their days early and end late. 

Tamar Krebs, Founder of Group Homes Australia says:

"We  bought care food packages for our staff. They go to work early and get back home late. By the time they get to the shops, there is nothing left on the shelves."

"The care staff are in the front line. We need to care for them."

"Staff do not drive. We gifted them with care packages for their loyalty and commitment during this time to the residents."

Co-CEO's Jonathan Gavshon and Tamar Krebs gifted all 150 of their staff working on the front line with care packages including fruit, vegetables, toilet rolls, milk, bread, eggs, canned food, chocolate, pasta sauce, rice etc. 

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