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Australia Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay volunteers at a Melbourne food bank amid the devastating bushfires... after pop star Lizzo did the same

13:35  14 january  2020
13:35  14 january  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Doing good: Pop star Lizzo (pictured) also dropped by Foodbank Victoria last week to help pack boxes for stricken communities. Good work: The Good As Hell singer, 31, visited a Foodbank centre in Melbourne where she packed emergency hampers and greeted fellow volunteers . 'We had the one

Video: Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay volunteers at a Melbourne food bank amid the devastating bushfires after pop star Lizzo did the same . Gordon Ramsey is the latest celebrity to lend a hand to the bushfire food relief efforts in Australia.

a person standing in front of a building: Helping hand: On Monday, Gordon Ramsay (pictured) volunteered at Foodbank Victoria in Melbourne amid the devastating bushfires© Provided by Daily Mail Helping hand: On Monday, Gordon Ramsay (pictured) volunteered at Foodbank Victoria in Melbourne amid the devastating bushfires Gordon Ramsay has pitched in to help Australian communities devastated by the bushfire crisis.

The 53-year-old is Down Under promoting his Quick & Delicious recipe book, and stopped in at Foodbank Victoria on Monday to surprise workers and lend a hand.

Dressed in a casual black shirt and an orange high visibility vest, the world-famous chef got busy packing boxes.

He aided the food bank in packing vital supplies, including food and water, for people affected by the Australian bushfire crisis.

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Meanwhile, celebrity chef Janni Kyritsis said slow-roasted lamb is the new national dish thanks to the influence of Greek cuisine on the Australian palate. We will automatically post your comment and a link to the news story to your Facebook timeline at the same time it is posted on MailOnline.

Hazardous bushfire smoke from East Victorian fires has blanketed the city. Melbourne had the second worst air quality in the world on Tuesday morning. Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay volunteers at a Melbourne food bank amid the devastating bushfires after pop star Lizzo did the same .

On the Foodbank Victoria Facebook page, organisers wrote: 'Our staff and volunteers were treated to a surprise today as Gordon Ramsay popped in to thank them for all their hard work'.

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The Westpac bank is offering to pay off the mortgages of country bushfire survivors for a year. Australia's second biggest bank has also announced it Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay volunteers at a Melbourne food bank amid the devastating bushfires after pop star Lizzo did the same .

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay volunteers at a Melbourne food bank amid the devastating bushfires after pop star Lizzo did the same . Courtney Stodden stuns in a strapless ruched dress as she puts on a VERY cozy display with mystery companion following dinner date.

The Michelin-star chef also stopped to pose with workers at the warehouse, beaming for the snap.

Last week, Gordon transformed his Quick & Delicious book launch party into a fundraiser for the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund.

Pop star Lizzo also dropped by Foodbank Victoria last week to help pack boxes for stricken communities.

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Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay volunteers at a Melbourne food bank amid the devastating bushfires after pop star Lizzo did the same . Iris Law is the picture of elegance in a stylish pink trouser suit as she joins dapper Cody Simpson at the Fendi Men's Fall Winter 2020 Fashion Show in

The singer, who volunteered at a Melbourne food bank last week to pack essential supplies for families displaced by fires, also thanked the firefighters and volunteers who were battling the Australian bushfire crisis. Lizzo is currently touring Australia to promote her hit album Cuz I Love You.

The Good As Hell singer, 31, visited a Foodbank centre in Melbourne, where she packed emergency hampers and greeted fellow volunteers.

a group of people posing for the camera: Helper: He aided the food bank in packing vital supplies for people affected by the Australian bushfire crisis. The Michelin-star chef also stopped to pose with workers at the warehouse© Provided by Daily Mail Helper: He aided the food bank in packing vital supplies for people affected by the Australian bushfire crisis. The Michelin-star chef also stopped to pose with workers at the warehouse 'We had the one and only Lizzo helping us sort and pack hampers in the warehouse today!' Foodbank wrote on their Facebook page.

Lizzo told the volunteers: 'Thank you so much for volunteering your time and your energy and your hearts... Let's go get some boxes!'

Foodbank is the largest food relief charity in Australia and has been instrumental in delivering care packages to families impacted by the bushfires.

Chris Hemsworth donates $1 million to Australian bushfires .
Chris Hemsworth has donated $1 million towards assisting those affected by the devastating bushfires in Australia. The actor, 36, made the announcement on his Instagram on Tuesday and encouraged others to "dig deep" and help in any way that they can."As you're well aware the bushfires in Australia have caused massive devastation. They're continuing to burn with warmer weather on its way. We're still in the thick of it here with plenty of challenging times ahead and still to come. So, what we need is your support and your donations," he said in the video.© Instagram / Chris Hemsworth Chris Hemsworth.

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