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…
We are so grateful to the Rotary Club of Albury Wodonga Sunrise for their generous and thoughtful gift of $2,000 in fuel vouchers. Our two vans travel constantly across both sides of the Border - delivering emergency food to where it is needed and picking up supplies from our food partners. This gift will help so much!…
FoodShare has published the 2019 Annual Report and the year was one of renewal for the FoodShare Board. With a number of long-term directors resigning following many years of significant contribution to the organisation this brought opportunity to refresh the Board and five new board members were recruited. In collaboration with the Victorian Government’s Department of Health…
It was a pleasure to welcome Casey Bootsma, Stakeholder Engagement Advisor ARTC Inland Rail to the warehouse. Thanks to a community grant from Inland Rail, the warehouse office now has a reverse cycle air conditioner which will make conditions so much more comfortable for our admin team. Peter and our volunteers couldn't thank Inland Rail enough!
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…