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Provides food, food vouchers, blankets, clothes, assistance with bills and furniture. Help may also include medications, access to free glasses, and referrals for assistance with dental care.
Many centres provide budget counselling, financial counselling, personal counselling and links to other community programs. Located across the state.
Please note that some centres service multiple location and some services are provided by appointments only. More service information can be found within the Opening Times and at the bottom of each location page.
Foodbank works with South Australian community organisations to provide food relief to thousands of people every month.
They provide direct services through their Foodbank Food Hubs, Foodbank Pop Ups and Foodbank Hamper Program.
To access their direct services you need a referral from one of their charity partners. Referring agencies and partners are listed in the attached document or at their website.
Community Food Hubs are located at Bowden, Christies Beach, Edwardstown, Elizabeth, Mount Gambier and Whyalla. Foodbank SA also supports the community run Food Hubs in the Adelaide CBD and Port Pirie. Food Hubs are set up like a general store and offer free fruit, vegetables and bread. Low cost pantry items, frozen foods, personal hygiene products and cleaning products.
For information on the when and where of their Pop Up Stores and Mobile Food Van please go to Foodbank SA's Facebook page.
Community meals are free and low cost meals provided across Adelaide and South Australia.
Some services provide take home packs. Please check with each service to see if there is a cost as well as when and where the meals are provided.
A food pantry offers low cost food and groceries to the community.
For further information, please see the closest location to you for further details.
Provides a free hot meal, blankets, clothing, food vouchers, books and referral to other community services and government agencies. Fred's Van is open to anyone in need and operates at ten locations across Adelaide and regional South Australia.
The Fred's Van Timetable showing when and where the vans will be located is available below and at their website.
The Market Place offers fresh produce including fruit, vegetables, dairy products and baked goods which are free of charge.
All people are welcome from the community with a 'help yourself' approach and there is no registration required.
For more information about the market place, please see location details for dates and times.
Faithworks provides a free food service at different locations across Adelaide. They provide fruit, vegetables, grocery items, bread , meals and other goods at Blair Athol, Parafield Gardens, Elizabeth, Gilberton and other locations. Check Faithworks Facebook page to find out when and where the next free food service is happening as well as what is available. All are welcome.
Grow Free is about growing and giving away vegetables, herbs and flower seedlings so that people can start a garden. There are also sharing carts where people can pick up or drop off free produce and seedlings.
Carts are placed throughout Adelaide and South Australia.
It is easy to become part of the Grow Free community. Facebook is the best way to communicate.
The Affordable Team caught up with Andrew in-between cart visits at the Mount Barker Free Produce Market. Listen to the interview below.