PAFC provide contactless food relief delivery for Foodbank SA

Due to COVID-19, this year Foodbank SA needed to adapt to the changing face of hunger. Not only did the number of people requiring food relief service grow exponentially, but due to isolation and restrictions we were also faced with the inability to get food to those who needed it the most.  Foodbank had to adapt our traditional models of food relief support to include a Home Hamper Delivery Program.

We were lucky that the Port Adelaide Football players and staff were able to lend a hand with a Foodbank contactless delivery service.

Players to help Foodbank with contactless delivery service

Our friends at Foodbank SA have developed a contactless delivery service to continue assisting those seeking food assistance during the COVID-19 crisis 🛒🍽️Our players saw this as a perfect RAA #sharekind moment and will be helping deliver food next week ❤️

Posted by Port Adelaide Football Club on Thursday, 30 April 2020


We were super impressed with the genuine willingness to offer support during this time, with even KT, Dave Hutton and the GOAT, Russell Ebert making weekly deliveries for the last few months.

On behalf of Foodbank SA and those we support every day, thank you PAFC!