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We fight hunger by sourcing food for people in need

The hunger crisis

In 2019, one in five people in Australia were food insecure at some point.

What we do

Foodbank is the pantry to the charity sector in Australia.

The result

Last year alone, we sourced enough food for over 87.9 million meals.

Latest Foodbank News

Join the road back to recovery

We’re bringing a new family-friendly cycling event to East Gippsland on Saturday 17 April – the Recovery Ride! Join us for a fun-filled school holiday weekend and help us support East Gippsland’s journey to recovery.

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Market debuts in Bairnsdale year on from bushfires

We recently hit the road in our Pop-Up Market truck to bring free fresh produce to the community of Bairnsdale – the first of many markets we’ll be hosting in the region this year.

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More students to benefit from School Breakfast Clubs

The School Breakfast Clubs program has reached a milestone with 1,000 schools now participating across Victoria, allowing more students to learn with a full stomach and get the most out of school.

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Bringing free food to Melbourne’s International Students

We’re kicking off the new year with the return of our International Student Pop-Up Store! All international students are welcome to come along and enjoy FREE and culturally diverse fresh produce, staples and pantry items.

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Foodbank Victoria Annual Report 2019-20

There’s no denying last year had its challenges. But with great challenges, comes great compassion. In our latest Annual Report, we reflect upon the year that was and the incredible people who supported us along the way.

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Meet our Charity Partners

COVID-19 has left many Victorians in a situation they’ve never been in before – unable to afford food and groceries. We’ve been hitting the road to shine a light on just some of our 500+ Victorian charity partners and the incredible support they’ve been providing to their communities.

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How to support us


Meet our generous supporters