Bribie team helping those in 'knead'

Published 12:00pm 6 June 2022

Words by Nick Crockford

Domino’s Bribie Island franchisee Harsh Bhalani is looking for local individuals and groups in ‘knead’ of assistance.

Mr Bhalani and his team are supporting the Bribie community through Domino’s nationwide ‘Feed the Knead’ program, which gives free pizza to those in need.

Having donated more than 650 hot pizzas since October 2021 through the Feed the Knead program, Mr Bhalani wants to continue helping.

“I feel privileged to be in a position to make a difference to our local community,” he said, “and at Domino’s Bribie Island, this means providing safe, hot meals to those in need.

Giving back

“We are always looking for ways to give back to our local community and encourage the local community to reach out if they, or someone they know, are in need.

“Some of the ways we have helped include delivering piping hot pizzas to the SES volunteers during the recent floods, to the local police station and a hot meal to local veterans.

“While I recognise a slice of pizza can’t always change someone’s situation, I hope to help brighten their day and give them one less thing to worry about.”


The Domino’s Bribie Island team also sponsors local sporting clubs as Mr Bhalani believes it is “so vital in bringing us all together.

“I’m always keen to offer my support, so if anyone knows of a person or cause in need that would benefit from a Feed the Knead donation, a local cause needing assistance fundraising, or a sporting club needing a sponsor, please feel free to reach out,” said Mr Bhalani.

If you know someone in ‘knead’ in your community, submit a nomination via the Domino’s Feed the Knead website here:


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