Melbournians face the freeze with Wild Timor Coffee.
The week’s harsh weather did not deter the supporters of Australian Marist Solidarity from attending the Pre-footy Brunch at the Marist Centre, Brunswick on Saturday last. The function was hosted by Friends of AMS and Julie Ryan, MSA Regional Director, chaired the formalities which included an interview with some of the young people who created Wild Timor Coffee as a social enterprise with farmers in Timor Leste. The CEO of AMS, Br Allen Sherry, spoke about the current End of Financial Appeal project which is featured in ChristLife: physio for young people with disabilities conducted by a local AMS funded NGO, “Katilosa” in the rural districts of Baucau.
Good coffee skillfully baristed and good Marist re-connecting marked this annual Winter gathering. Though the weather, better than was expected, did revise some of the footy plans!
Below are some pictures of the Gathering. Photo Credits: Tracey Doublet