Foodbank is the pantry to Australia’s charity sector, providing food and grocery items to 2,400 charitable organisations who run food relief programs. Pre-COVID-19, these programs assisted more than 815,000 Australians each and every month. We have seen a 47% increase in demand for food relief since the pandemic was declared.
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Foodbank supports more than 126,000+ South Australians every month with food relief.
We work in cooperation with a network of 586 community based non-profit partner organisations that serve individuals and families in need in South Australia. In addition, we provide direct services via a number of key programs, including via our: Foodbank Food Hubs, Foodbank Pop Ups and Foodbank Hamper Program. To access our direct service our clients must access a referral from one of our charity partners.
Find out how to access food in your local area:
Foodbank Food Hubs – Metro
Our metro Foodbank Food Hubs are located in Bowden, Christies Beach, Edwardstown and Elizabeth. To access these Food Hubs you must have a referral from one of the agencies we work with.
Please note that due to COVID-19 space restrictions you may experience delays at our Bowden Food Hub.
Foodbank Opening Hours, please note you need a referral to access our Food Hubs.
Foodbank Food Hubs – Regional
Our regional Food Hubs are located in Mount Gambier, Murray Bridge (August 2020) and Whyalla.
Mobile Food Hubs
In addition, we have regular Mobile Food Hub runs to Adelaide Hills (Lobethal), Nuriootpa, Aldinga, Seaford.
To view the Mobile Food Hub schedule visit here.
If these locations do not cover your local area and you are in need of a food relief service in your local area, you can visit here.
If would prefer to speak to one of the Foodbank team for help in locating the nearest organisation in your area, please contact Foodbank South Australia.