TGIF!

The chook raffles are part of a charitable program

where funds were raised to be able to provide food parcels to the needy community in Vung Tau and surrounding areas.

We are humbled to report that with our focused efforts and the generous participation of our loyal customers, we’ve just been able to make a size-able donation to a local orphanage to provide new beds for the children. This has all happened in the last few short months.

Check out Matildas bulletin board, you’ll be able to see the progress meter of our current fund raising goal with all funding avenues and totals accounted for.

We couldn’t do it without YOU. Thank You so much for your continued support and participation in
blessing others not as fortunate.

Friday night is “chook raffle”night

Definitions for your amusement …Chook

Chook raffle

is the name given to the Australian tradition of “raffling off” chicken meat, often in clubs or pubs. The name derives from “chook“, an Australian term for a chicken.

Chook

A domestic fowl; a chicken. Chook comes from British dialect chuck(y) ‘a chicken; a fowl’ which is a variant of chickChook is the common term for the live bird, although chook raffles, held in Australian clubs and pubs, have ready-to-cook chooks as prizes. The term has also been transferred to refer to other birds, and often in the form old chook it can refer to a woman.

Chook raffle

1. a raffle for which the main prize is a roast chicken
2. not be able to run a chook raffle to be totally incompetent