People Promoting Mental Health meets at the Cottage Kitchen (located at 160 St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide) every Friday 11:30am – 3 pm.
The Cottage Kitchen aims:
- to welcome all
- to actively find and work with local people
- to make real friendships and grow together
- to be a place where people can stop
- and talk about daily things or more important things
- to be a safe place where people are not left behind in a rush
Who are PPMH?
People Promoting Mental Health (PPMH) meet at the Cottage Kitchen most Fridays from 11:30am to 3:00pm, excluding public holidays. The group plans various projects; prepares and shares a healthy lunch together. Donation $2.
The Cottage Kitchen is located at 160 St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide.
Food with Friends
Food with Friends happens at The Cottage Kitchen once a fortnight on Thursdays.
It is a low cost healthy meal and social time.
People are welcome to come and learn food preparation, shopping and volunteer skills from 3 p.m onwards. Evening meal starts at 5.30 p.m.
There are opportunities for people to be volunteers and support each other at this community meal. Cost of meal: people are invited to donate $2.50 to help with food costs.
For more information, phone 8341 0433 or 8240 0200 or come and visit.
Walking for life
Aims to provide safe, fun and sociable walking sessions. We meet at The Cottage Kitchen on Mondays and Fridays at 9.15am to walk for an hour, (not on public holidays and some variation in timetable during school holidays). Volunteers trained and encouraged to support fellow walkers to walk and socialise safely. Walking will be cancelled if the forecasted temperature is 36 degrees or over. Supported by the Heart Foundation Walking.
The Cottage Kitchen acknowledges ongoing support and links with:
- Port Adelaide Uniting Church
- The QEH and Health Service (Division of Mental Health)
- friends, volunteers and the local community, including local community organisations.
Volunteers with The Cottage Kitchen
We welcome and value greatly the support of volunteers support, choices and training to make volunteer involvement safe, enjoyable and worthwhile chance to be in a friendly team in a safe and supportive environment opportunity to welcome people, make friends, shop, cook, clean and learn about food hygiene and safety, and to do many other things to help make a friendly community.
Click on the link below to go to the Cottage Kitchen website