A Dublin café is offering free breakfast to children who want or need a meal on the way to school.
Skinny Batch in Rush is being praised for the new initiative which is open to kids and teens up to the age of 18.
A warm and healthy breakfast of porridge and fresh fruit will be available on school days between 8am-9am. The breakfasts will be available for takeaway only.
Children and teenagers are just asked to bring a container and the team at Skinny Batch will fill it up.
Taking to Facebook, Skinny Batch wrote:
"We think that every child and teenager deserves a warm healthy brekkie before school each day so here’s what we’re gonna do;
From Monday next week, we will have a pot of yummy porridge on from 8-9am (or while stocks last).
McCormacks Fruit & Veg in Rush have kindly agreed to supply us with fresh fruit to take with you too (also while stocks last).
Anyone up to age 18 who wants or needs a warm breakfast just needs to bring in a wee container and we’ll fill it up for them at Skinny Batch Rush on the way to school.
No questions, no judgement, just love.
With thanks to Fran Butler At Pallas Foods and McCormacks Fruit & Veg, Rush."
About Skinny Batch
Skinny Batch Cafe is a newly-opened cafe on the Dublin Road in Lusk (in between the garda station and the thatched roof cottage). They are open 7 days per week for breakfast and lunch. Skinny Batch have plans for pop-up restaurant nights, community-driven events and outside catering into the future.
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