The long-term impacts of restrictions imposed from the coronavirus and the extension of the current cross-border lockdowns is placing a significant strain on families in the Albury-Wodonga region. The FoodShare volunteers have packed 150 hampers containing non-perishable food items such as cereal, pasta, rice, recipe bases, canned food, tinned fruit, tea, coffee, and long-life milk etc to…
FoodShare is grateful for funding received from Charles Sturt University as part of their Community University Partnerships (CUP) Grant Program. The $1,000 grant will be used to purchase additional food items for FoodShare’s food hampers, which are being provided to members of the community, particularly to families who require emergency food relief. The level of need for…
FoodShare’s volunteers and supporters have celebrated getting two new delivery vans on the road and the installation of a second freezer and cool room to support the Community Pantry program. The purchase of the refrigerated delivery van was made possible with funding received from the Rotary Club of Albury, Albury Wodonga Connected Communities, ACE Radio 2AY &…
This year it has been more important than ever to seek support given the ongoing social and economic impacts of COVID-19. Thanks to the Australian Gas Infrastructure Group expanding their Community Partnership Program and increasing funding nationally, FoodShare has been nominated as a Community Partner to help build a brighter future for many. Australian Gas Networks is…
ALDI Australia will double the amount of unsold food it sends to charities such as FoodShare as part of their commitment to send zero food waste to landfill by 2023. To support this initiative any food unfit for human consumption will be donated as animal feed and the supermarket will expand segregated waste collection at stores as…