How can I help?

Food Heroes Somvandy (Dee) Keovong Prachanh and Chockeo Bounpraseuth demonstrate making Green Papaya Salad at Food Fight: The Battle for Food Security, Saturday 30 April 2016, Liverpool. Photograph: Anna Kucera.

Food Heroes Somvandy (Dee) Keovong Prachanh and Chockeo Bounpraseuth demonstrate making Green Papaya Salad at Food Fight: The Battle for Food Security, Saturday 30 April 2016, Liverpool. Photograph: Anna Kucera.

 
 

You can help by donating money, volunteering, and spreading the word.

Below are just a few organisations that you can support.

Foodbank

Foodbank is the largest hunger relief service in Australia. It is a non-denominational, non-profit organisation which acts as a pantry to the charities and community groups who feed the hungry.

You can help by: donating food if you run a food company, organising a food drive, donating money and volunteering for light warehouse duties.

Visit www.foodbank.org.au or call 02 9887 4144

Liverpool Community Kitchen and Hub

This service provides hundreds of meals each week for people in South West Sydney. Run by Liverpool Uniting Church, the Hub offers clients access to a range of other welfare and support services.

You can help by: donating money and volunteering.

Visit the Hub at 28 Pirie St, Liverpool

OzHarvest

OzHarvest is a perishable food rescue organisation that collects quality excess food from more than 2,000 commercial outlets and delivers it to more than 900 charities.

You can help by: donating food if you run a restaurant or catering service, donating money and volunteering to collect and distribute food.

Visit www.ozharvest.org or call 1800 108 006

Youth Food Movement

 Youth Food Movement is a national volunteer-led organisation that aims to build the skills, knowledge and experience that young people have around food, empowering them to create the food system they believe in.

 You can help by: volunteering to help with events and donating money.

 Visit http://www.youthfoodmovement.org.au