FRANKSTON Life Community has received a $10,000 grant for its annual Christmas lunch.
The lunch is expected to be attended by around 500 people. It will be held at the Frankston Park football ground.
Frankston Council awarded the community group $10,000 to help host the day.
Frankston Life Community CEO Pastor Mark Whitby said “this is our 19th lunch and one of the things that always hits me is the way our community come together on Christmas Day. It says something very strongly about the spirit of Frankston that we look after each other.”
Frankston Dolphins CEO Adrian Lloyd said the club was proud to host the event at its home ground.
“We’ve worked closely with Frankston Life Community to bring Christmas spirit and joy to the needy. Frankston Football Club is part of the community and through this contribution we can give back, particularly in a year when so many have done it tough,” Mr Lloyd said.
For more information and to get tickets for the lunch visit frankston.life/community/christmas-lunch/
First published in the Frankston Times – 22 December 2020