Prepare Produce Provide (PPP) is the trading name for Live To Tell Your Story Inc, a not for profit organisation established in 2013 by a group of passionate educators in Western Australia. Our aim is to use food and cooking as a vehicle to help meet the needs young people in our community while providing training and support for them to develop future career pathways. Our programs create opportunities for the youth of WA to work with top chefs, local producers and other leaders within the education, hospitality, tourism and agricultural industries, to inspire and educate through programs that support and benefit a wide range of social and community causes.
Prepare Produce Provide (PPP) is a celebration of education, training and connection to each other and the land we live on.
World Indigenous Summit
Postponed to 2nd-5th November 2020
Building on our successes and in collaboration with Crown Perth, the World Indigenous Tourism Summit committee, and Prepare Produce Provide has developed a three-day culinary experience for aboriginal students at Crown Perth. The focus is on strong cultural understanding of food, tourism and educational pathways.
The program includes working with top WA chefs including Executive Chef and Owner of Fervor, Paul Iskov, along with Executive Chef Sean Marco from Crown Perth. This team will work in various kitchens to develop a menu featuring local Bushfoods at the gala dinner as part of the Indigenous Summit to be held at Crown facilities Perth WA.
We would like to thank our Premium Sponsors
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.