SA Community Foodies is a program that aims to promote and support healthy eating in the community by building the capacity of communities to make healthy food choices. Foodies run healthy eating activities and programs such as hands-on cooking demonstrations, label reading, and edible gardens.
Community care provides free or a low cost lunch to families and single people of all ages at the following centres. Community lunches only available at the following locations:
Adelaide: Breakfast daily 9am. Evening meal at DUO's Wednesday and Saturday 5pm to 12am.
Gawler: Mens Breakfast last Saturday of every month at 9am. ( Contact Darren 0457 600 061)
Marion : Breakfast available every Monday at 9am.
Murray Bridge: Cafe Connections Wednesday and Thursdays 11am - 1pm
Noarlunga : Community lunch every Wednesday
Peterborough : Luncheon Club every Tuesday and Thursday aimed at the over 60's.
Semaphore: Lunch 3rd Wednesday of each month.
Unley: Lunch every Monday 12:30 pm
Victor Harbor : Cafe Crozier every 2nd Sunday 6pm
Whyalla : Communtiy meals available Tuesday to Friday lunchtime and Wednesday evenings.
**Look for the centre closest to you and once identified from the list above, search the locations provided to access for the address and contact phone numbers.**
Held on the first Friday of every month, the Market offers fresh produce and baked goods, free of charge. A "help yourself" approach, shoppers will be provided with a shopping bag to fill, and experience a dignified and supportive environment.
Cooking demonstrations using the produce available are a regular feature and you are invited to join us for a coffee and a chat in our Cafe.
The Market Place is supported by generous organisations such as Second Bite and Oz Harvest. See the Event listing below for detailed information and sign up to receive more event notifications.
The Market Place is located at The Salvation Army in the city at 277 Pirie Street, Adelaide. Click the location below for more information and directions.
Provides a safe environment for the homeless, the vulnerable and people in need. Aims to raise self esteem, infuse values such as community mindedness, leading to independent positive lifestyles.
Opening at 5.30 to 11.30, guests are welcomed in to full table service, a hot meal, tea and coffee and some genuine care and conversation. Throughout the evening we share board games, table tennis, pre loved clothing, a cinema room and beds in our relax room for those in need of rest.
Held Wednesday and Saturdays weekly.
Click the location details below for more information.
"The Picket Fence" offers emergency relief on Monday and Friday from 10am to noon. Food, including fresh fruit and vegetables, bread and milk is available. Chemist vouchers and clothing vouchers are also available.
Fresh Produce Market on Monday and Friday from 10am to 2pm, which costs $2 for singles and $3 for families – bread and milk is $1 extra.
Financial assistance is available on Thursdays by appointment.
The Picket Fence offers lunch for a gold coin donation on Monday, Thursday, and Friday, economical two-course meals in the evening once a fortnight. Evening meals are $3 for adults and children eat free. Please ring for dates.
St Vincent De Paul Society can provide food, clothing and furniture to individuals in need by appointment. Please call their assistance number on 1300 729 202 Mon-Fri between 9am-1pm to book your appointment.
Vinnies Centres provide pre-loved clothing, household goods and furniture for people in need,
Servicing ALL of South Australia.
Healthy delicious meals on a “donate what you can afford basis”.
English classes and other support for migrants, asylum seekers and the general community
Wednesday & Fridays 10am-2pm
Hope’s Café is a joint project between Uniting Communities and the Clayton Wesley Uniting Church. It is run by Uniting Communities and is a place for people to come together to help each other to make a better community.