• LinC Yarra Valley

    We are a network of local churches that work together to assist the community in practical ways

    LinC Yarra Valley church network
  • Fresh Food Program

    We provide fresh food at no cost on Fridays in Yarra Junction, Millgrove, Woori Yallock, Wandin and Mooroolbark.

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  • Not sure what to do?

    We’re here to help you get back on track with Our Fresh Start Program and crisis wellbeing support.

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  • Can’t pay your bills?

    We can help you right now and prepare you for the future with money management.

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  • Hardship can affect everyone

    Your donation of food or financial support can make a difference.

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  • Do you like to help others?

    Become a LinC volunteer and make a difference in someone’s life. Browse our local and remote volunteer roles.

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Established in 1992, LinC Yarra Valley is a network of local churches that work together to assist the community in practical ways. Our dedicated volunteers support their local community by providing food, meals, money management training for those in need.


LinC is the local church in action and is a network of fifteen churches sharing resources and working together.


The dedicated team at LinC are committed to providing local practical support for people living in the Upper Yarra Valley and Mooroolbark.


LinC is committed to serving people experiencing hardship as a channel of unconditional love and compassion.

How can we assist you?

Our services have assisted thousands of people for over 30 years, by providing practical support for vulnerable people.

Fresh Food Programs – your health is important to us

Our free weekly fresh food programs are conveniently located in Yarra Junction, Millgrove, Woori Yallock, Wandin and Mooroolbark. Fresh food box delivery is available.

Fresh Start – we’re here to help

We help people in the local area who are having a tough time. Whether you need groceries, a meal, petrol, bill help or a chat, we are here to help.

Money management – get the support you need

Are you finding it hard to stay on top of it all, when it comes to paying your your bills? Our bills, budget or CAP assistance programs might be the answer! We can also refer you to free financial counselling to support you to eliminate debt. We provide the support you need to help get back on track and then stay there.

What people say about us

See what people in the community and our volunteers have to stay about LinC

“We started off as customers. It was a massive help to the fortnightly budget. Luckily we were asked to be volunteers and the benefits from that is the company and the people we meet each week.”

Vicki Meldrum
Vicki MeldrumFresh Food Volunteer - LinC

“It’s really helped me quite a lot because, we’re on a pension and we don’t have a lot of money to spend on food. I’ve got two young kids and they cost a lot of money for school, camps and school uniforms so we can’t really afford to buy a lot of fresh food.”

Robert Hall
Robert HallFresh Food Program Volunteer - LinC

“It’s been amazing. I come every week. I’ve got three young kids, I’m a single mum and between this and the pantry items I get from the Redwood Centre and the little church (All Saints), I think it saves me around $300 every fortnight.”

Carmen Killoran Bulmer
Carmen Killoran Bulmer

“It’s helped me with my budgeting.  I don’t have to buy so much. I’m recently retired and on a small pension and it really helps me get through the week. It also helps me eat a lot healthier.”

Celeste Walker
Celeste Walker

LinC News – Latest Posts

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LinC Yarra Valley announce new way of working

LinC Yarra Valley announce new way of working

Love in the Name of Christ (LinC) Yarra Valley held a community meeting on Wednesday 11 May to announce their new way or working. LinC wants to go back to its roots, and act as a resource for churches throughout the Upper Yarra. General…

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