Kirsten Mumma's Kitchen

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"I know how important it is to eat healthy kai. Having a good healthy meal can give you the energy and the nutrients you need to get you through the day."

Kirsten Holtz, host of Mumma's Kitchen

 

Every dollar donated helps pay for a meal for a family staying at Ronald McDonald Houses all over New Zealand.

We were so grateful to Ronald McDonald House® that we would like to give back! Will you join me?

Kia ora, I am Kirsten Holtz and I am the host of an online cooking Vlog called Mumma’s Kitchen. I started the vlog in 2020 during the first lockdown as a way to share easy and delicious recipes with whānau. This quickly expanded and now I share a video every week with a new recipe and cost-savings tips and tricks.

I know how important it is to eat healthy kai. Having a good healthy meal can give you the energy and the nutrients you need to get you through the day. Two weeks ago we were given some scary news. My ten year old granddaughter, Mila, had multiple tumours in her brain, and surgery for her was the best way forward. I wanted to support Mila and her Mum, so I decided to join them in Auckland as they prepared for surgery and post-op recovery.

We want to make sure that families, just like ours, can also get delicious and healthy dinners available should they need to stay. Please donate to this wonderful cause. Every dollar donated helps pay for a dinner and allows families to stay focused on what matters most - the health of their whānau. If we all do a little bit, we can make a big difference.

Ngā mihi, Mumma K

" When I had to go to Auckland for my treatments, we got to stay at Ronald McDonald House. All of us, my Mum, Dad, my Yaya and my Aunty. My Yaya even baked us chocolate cake! Everyone at the House looked after me and my whānau. My mum and dad could be with me when I was in the hospital all the time because they had a place to stay nearby. I could see them from my window in Starship and would wave my flashlight at night time so they knew I was ok.

We also were given yummy kai while we stayed at Ronald Mcdonald House. My favourite was butter chicken and rice. When I felt a bit better, and when my Mum would let me, I got to use the gaming room and practice my driving on the Xbox. Thank you RMHC New Zealand, for looking after me and my whānau."

Mila Armstrong, Kirsten's Granddaughter

Mila

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