As our world goes into lockdown and uncertainty arises, random acts of kindness are appreciated however big or small.
That's why Xtra Mile coffee shop owner Katrina Gall started a '7 days of dinners' appeal to provide meals for the less fortunate.
"A local help page has been set up online and it got me thinking that I could help out with my shop," Ms Gall said.
"I also heard there are some people out there that are not getting fed so us at the cafe thought why don't we try and round up enough money as possible to make some meals.
"We started on Friday March 20 and have five drivers wheeling the meals out for free to feed those that need support."
Ms Gall said the more money they receive the more meals they can cook.
"The main thing is we keep the connection in this town and making them feel like we haven't forgotten about them. Peoples mental health is also so important in all of this," he said.
A lady came in and donated $100 for some coffees I made for the Coles and Woolworths workers.
It was such a nice gesture, we are going to use it to make food for the emergency workers who are just so full on at the moment.
Ms Gall said she was so lucky Mount Isa has been supportive.
"I think we are really lucky to have the community of Mount Isa, everyone is coming together and helping us out," Ms Gall said.
"Without that attitude we would be in a major issue, however if we go into lockdown we are done. I couldn't see us re-opening.
"Unless we are told to shut down we will rally together and remain open."
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