The Mini Farm Project has been growing in more than one way in the City of Logan and they have got a big plan for this Christmas.

With the rising costs of living expenses, more and more families are finding it harder to put food on their tables with one in five households going hungry. Even charities are struggling to keep up with the demand. Often when food is provided to those in need, it is lacking essential nutrients and is not often fresh produce.

The Mini Farm Project team started the Give a Box this Christmas campaign to help feed a family in need in South East Queensland.

The box costs $35, fully tax-deductible, and will help them deliver a farm-fresh box of produce to their charity partners to create meals or use in hampers, all for free to feed a family in need this Christmas.

The campaign has currently sold 279 boxes with the target being 500. Sharon Hansen has donated 10 boxes, Yen Leong donated eight boxes and local business Munster Services Group has donated 10 boxes.

If you would like to donate or find out more, visit Give a Produce Box Christmas Challenge.

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