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Hawkesbury Charity on TV

The Jeremiah Project, which is run out of the community kitchen on Macquarie St in Windsor, is the feature story over two consecutive weekends on Helping Hands – a television program broadcast across the Nine Network.

Producers of the TV show chose to feature The Jeremiah Project because of its connectedness to its local community, and its positive impact punches well above its weight.

In the television episodes, the founder of The Jeremiah Project and Hawkesbury local, Jacky Turano, explains how and why The Jeremiah Project started, and is moved to tears when talking about the people she serves.

“We are so blessed to receive so much support from the local community, from our volunteers and local businesses,” said Jacky. “It helps us to be there for the community in their moment of need.”

The Jeremiah Project will feature on Helping Hands in a two-part documentary over the weekends of Saturday 27 April and Saturday 4 May on 9Gem, Channel 9 and 9Now.

Jacky And Trev Sorting Through A Donation From Aldi In Richmond Hawkesbury Charity On Tv
Jacky and trev sorting through donations

Helping Hands is the only TV program on mainstream media in Australia dedicated to social good.

“We are all about telling inspiring stories and facilitating empowering conversations,” says the Executive Producer of Helping Hands, Richard Attieh.

“We partner and collaborate with charities and their supporters, with social enterprises, with philanthropists and foundations, and businesses who lend a helping hand and make the world a better place.”

The Jeremiah Project will premiere on Saturday 27 April at 10am on 9GEM, and be repeated over the weekend on Channel 9, and then made available 24/7 on 9Now.

The documentary features the support Jacky, The Jeremiah Project and The Community Kitchen receive from Aldi in Richmond, Lindt Chocolates, the South Windsor Pie Shop and The Richmond Club.

“We celebrate and shine a spotlight on the leaders of social good, visionaries, impact-makers and game-changers like Jacky, The Jeremiah Project and their supporters,” continues Richard. “We would love to profile more wonderful works in the Hawkesbury.”

“Viewers across Australia will be inspired by the work Jacky and the team do at The Jeremiah Project. They are heroes who make the world a better place.”

The Jeremiah Project will be broadcast as follows:

9GEM at 10am
Saturday 27 April 2024
Saturday 4 May 2024
Channel 9 at 5.30am
Sunday 28 April 2024
Sunday 5 May 2024
9Now available 24/7
Monday 28 April
Monday 6 May

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