South Coast Connect: Ulladulla Deli
Will Gray | 03/03/2020
Toby and Sandy Darby own Ulladulla Deli.
In 2019 they had a thriving shop that served coffee, sandwiches, cakes and gourmet goods to locals and tourists.
In November 2019, the bushfires hit the NSW south coast and destroyed homes, killed or injured up to 1 billion animals and decimated trade for local, family-run businesses like Ulladulla Deli.
They’ve often not had enough money to pay their own bills and have struggled to support their family with 7 kids.
Despite the struggle, Toby and Sandy have continued to raise money and supply food free of charge to those who have lost their home and/or been displaced due to the bushfires.
It’s time to stand up and support our community when times are tough.
How You Can Help
There are a number of ways that you can directly help Toby and Sandy.
>> Throw them a like on their Facebook page – Ulladulla Deli – and show them some support and love.
>> Call them on 0426 139 458 and take a load off – absorb one of their unpaid bills and help them stay in business.
>> Buy a gift voucher. It’ll immediately help their cash flow and you’ll have amazing food once you get to Ulladulla. Better yet, donate the voucher to local who is doing it tough.
>> Help those who have lost their home in a GoFundMe page set-up by Toby and Sandy. All money raised goes to feeding and supporting bushfire victims.
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