Prepare Produce Provide (PPP) is the trading name for Live To Tell Your Story Inc.
Our organisation was founded in 2013 by a group of passionate home economics teachers with a vision to assist young people to access opportunities in education, food and hospitality.
Our programs are based on an innovative model, bringing together multiple stakeholders - educators, chefs, food producers, businesses and charitable organisations - to inspire WA youth, enable them to explore food and hospitality careers and educate them on community giving, food sustainability and nutritional well-being.
We inspire vulnerable youth to realise their potential through innovative food education.
Djinda Ngardak Gala Dinner
“Djinda Ngardak” in Noongar language translates to “Under the Stars” . This culinary program showcases WA Aboriginal youth - building on industry related skills to support the development of employment pathways into Hospitality, Tourism and Agriculture.
We are working alongside local custodians and elders with passionate industry professionals to develop a unique dining. Featuring local talents including music, art, produce and culture from the Great Southern Region this local bushfood inspired menu will be held at the central location of Albany Entertainment Centre.
Together with our partners with Tourism WA, City of Albany, SW Development Commission, South Coast NRM, we look forward to sharing this celebration of life, our youth, food and culture.
Location: Albany Entertainment Centre, Kalyenup Studio
Date: Friday 25th November 2022
Time: 6.00pm – 10.30pm
RSVP: 11th November 2022
We would like to thank our Premium Sponsors
Thanks to Major Supporters
Contact us if you would like to assist with product donations
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the many countries and languages throughout Western Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
Memberships & Involvement
Join us in this journey with the goal to inspire and empower youth by participating in positive and innovative food related programs and projects.
Meet the “Queen of Common Sense”. Maggie shares her stories in an interview by PPP Project participants.
Current and past programs and projects developed to undertake activities for young people that deliver individual and community benefits.
HEIWA approved programs are available to individuals who require upskilling or the necessary skills and knowledge to assist young people in food-related activities.