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Young people on a mission to help the homeless
Melbourne charity Hayden’s Helping Hands was started by 8-year-old Hayden and his family to help people experiencing homelessness and disadvantage. Here’s how a Community Grant helped increase their capacity to reach more people in need.
Feeding the community with Open Table
People experiencing food insecurity and isolation in the Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy and its surrounds turn to Open Table for fresh, healthy food and social connection.
Groceries and a friendly ear: supporting Sunbury
Geoff was struggling to get by – but found help and friendship among CareWorks SunRanges’ compassionate volunteers.
Delicious meals and open arms: caring for the people of Wagga Wagga
Carevan Wagga provides regular meals and a sense of community to people experiencing disadvantage and homelessness in Wagga Wagga.
Why COVID-19 means more Australians are going hungry
We take a look at the impact of COVID-19 and lockdown on unemployment, and how it affects food insecurity and hunger in Australia.
A kitchen that brings a community together
A Foundation Community Grant enabled not-for-profit organisation Prosper to start a community kitchen in Campsie; helping families in the area access fresh, heathy food; develop their cooking skills; and form new, supportive relationships.
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