At Foodbank we believe everyone should have access to good quality food. We’re here for the everyday Australians who are going without.
And it’s our job to help change that.
We work with 2,950 frontline charities and 2,890 school breakfast programs to get over 86.7 million meals out to those who could use a hand every year.
If you’d like to learn more about our charity partners in your state just select it below:
Foodbank charity partners are crucial to fighting hunger
In NSW and the ACT, we provide food to more than 1,012 charity partners and schools, ranging from large service providers like the Salvation Army and St Vincent de Paul to small neighbourhood and community groups.
Once our charity partners receive food and grocery items from Foodbank, they distribute these items to their local community by providing affordable groceries, emergency hampers, prepared meals, community kitchens, and food preparation classes.
Coronavirus update for charity partners
A state of emergency has been declared in NSW to prevent the spread of coronavirus. While we continue to support our charity partners across NSW & ACT, we’ve been working closely with the State Government to ensure we are equipped to provide additional support in the event of quarantine or escalated circumstances. To ensure our charity partners are able to receive the food and grocery items they need, we have made a number of changes to our usual ordering process.
Interested in becoming a Foodbank Charity Partner?
Foodbank does not supply food directly to the public but works in collaboration with our charity partners to distribute food and grocery relief.
To apply to be one of our charity partners fill out the form below.
Please note, all charity partners must be registered with the Australian Charities and Not for Profit Commission (ACNC), maintain relevant insurances and have the means to distribute food in their local area.
If you would like to see the Sydney Distribution Centre, please book in advance as tours are offered subject to staff availability.