Free meals offered by Smokey Horse to those involved with the fires

World Central Kitchen have teamed up with Smokey Horse to cater for those involved with the fires.

World Central Kitchen have teamed up with Smokey Horse to cater for those involved with the fires.

It's been tough going for a lot of people so far this summer and Smokey Horse is offering free meals for firies, the SES, volunteers and fire evacuees this weekend.

Meals can be collected on Friday and Saturday January 10 and 11 from 5pm and on Sunday from 3pm.

Co-owner of Smokey Horse Karuna Gurung said the initiative was funded by international disaster relief organisation World Central Kitchen (WCK).

"The idea came through a friend of mine who works at WCK," Gurung said.

"She's been contacting me since the bushfires started, asking what's needed on the ground.

'She ended up flying to Australia and provided some things for the RFS fire shed."

Gurung also wanted to acknowledge Cathy King who started volunteering at the fire shed with all the catering six weeks ago.

"I know she's exhausted," Gurung said.

WCK uses the power of food to strengthen communities through times of crisis and beyond.

Since its founding, WCK has served more than 12 million meals to survivors of natural disasters and other crises around the world.