We welcome Sue to the team

We are so pleased to introduce Sue Thornton to the FoodShare team who is taking on the vital role of Administration and Volunteer Coordinator. After running a successful family business for many years, Sue graduated from the Alpine Valleys Community Leadership Program with a desire for greater community involvement. She started volunteering with FoodShare in November 2019…

Congratulations FoodShare volunteers!

Our team was announced as the Volunteer Team of the Year at the City of Wodonga Volunteer Awards. These awards recognise excellence in voluntary service and show appreciation for the quality and depth of voluntary service to the community. FoodShare has over 100 volunteers with around 15 volunteers working at FoodShare every day. Our volunteers provide about…

Stay at home heroes

If you've connected with your inner master-chef recently, you sound like someone we'd love to meet! Simply choose ingredients from your cupboard or pantry, cook up a storm and share your creation with us, then grab your Stay at Home Hero cape and donate! FoodShare makes a little go a long way: with every $10 donated we…


Thank you North East Local Learning and Employment Network - NELLEN! FoodShare put out a call for a generous local business or donor to sponsor the purchase of 50 new volunteer vests. CEO Bev Hoffman jumped on the phone to sponsor our new volunteer vests, saying "NELLEN understands the value of volunteering and gaining work experience in…

Can you help?

Throughout the Bushfire crisis, the generosity of our community was immense. You gave us food and lots of it! But the COVID-19 crisis is different and now we need your help financially.As the effects of the pandemic heighten, FoodShare is once again a central pillar supporting those affected through illness, job losses or isolation.Our services are critical…