She said: “I help about 300 people per week. I cook for the needy and also supply clothes to those in need. Some people come with their family members, which can be six members.
“I cook on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday. I enjoy what I do very much.”
Godfrey uses her own personal finance in sustaining the organisation.
“There is a farmer who supplies the organisation with vegetables. We get donations from people across the city, but the majority of the things we buy on our own.
“We are living in difficult times. People are losing everything because of the difficult financial situation. It is sad seeing someone lose everything and ending up homeless.
“We are here for our community and those who are in need, serving those who are less fortunate.”
Godfrey relies on donations to keep her NPO afloat.
Nominator Will Granzier said Godfrey had been instrumental in trying to assist people no matter what their needs were.