Contact Fair Share Kitchen
Financial hardship can affect anyone for many different reasons. We offer a respectful and welcoming service with a caring approach. This is a basic human need for all of us. We don’t make people jump through hoops for a service. You don’t need a HealthCare Card. You may need ID, so bring it along in case the service you seek requires it. If you haven’t got ID we can help to sort that out.
We have been able to undertake the challenge of creating a material aid service with dignity and empathy, and unique ways of supporting our community and anyone who needs a hand – Free of cost.
You will see Maree our Community Assistance Worker and she will support you to access our services and support through a care and coordination way of working.
$25 vouchers at one of our local eatery’s to be able to provide hot meals or lunch for anyone needing them.
Available to assist for emergency legal or medical purposes.
For women experiencing family violence. Don’t forget TELSTRA phones are free to use now!
Free pads and tampons
For men, women, teens, and kids. Each bag contains toiletries, hygiene items and a few personal items to get you through an immediate crisis.
Containing everything you would need for an emergency visit. These are generally accessed by social workers supporting clients in crisis and can refer their client or pick up themselves.
We provide nappies and baby care products
We cook up meals and place them in the freezer and have them available when needed
Providing fresh fruit, vegetables and bread, and saving these products from ending up in landfill.
Including undies, bras, socks and sport singlets. Donated by the GIVIT foundation.
Set up in our bathroom, we have shelves which stocked with personal items, that can be accessed discretely by anyone who is in need. We try to provide something essential for everyone.
We also support the communities of Tabullum, Bonalbo, Mulli Mulli and our smaller regional villages, by providing material aid to our outreach workers in those areas, and sharing the resources and networks.
Australia Wide Donations from members of the community