Fresh Food Program

Making sure access to fresh food is available to those in need

The LinC Fresh Food Team Millgrove

Our community says thank you

To all our volunteers who work tirelessly to ensure the programs are delivered to the community.

The programs are supported by SecondBite, Aldi (Seville), Sanders Apples, Village Greens, Three Sugars Cafe (Warburton) and many other local businesses.

About the program

Hardship can happen to anyone and the cost of fresh food can make it difficult for people in need to maintain a balanced diet. Local churches in partnership with LinC, have been delivering these free programs to the community for over 5 years. Every Friday and Sunday fresh food is available to those in need to ensure everyone has access to fresh ingredients to prepare healthy meals.  Please bring your own bags.

The schedule

Millgrove Programs

Millgrove Baptist Church, 4 Cavanagh Road, Millgrove Fridays 11:00am (Tickets from 10:00) Contact – Liz Love on 0422 270 178

River Valley Church – At the back of the Millwarra Community Centre Sundays 10:00am  Contact – Judy  0428 148 833

Yarra Junction Program – Community Room, Upper Yarra Family Centre, 2442 Warburton Highway, Yarra Junction
Fridays 1:30pm, tickets from 12:30. Contact – LinC on 5967 2119

Woori Yallock Program – Woori Yallock Presbyterian Church 1363 Healesville – Koo Wee Rup Road, Woori Yallock; Fridays 10:00am. Contact – David 0410 529 657

Second Bite does not deliver on public holidays therefore the programs may be rescheduled for those weeks.  Please call the LinC office for details 5967 2119.

What is available?

A range of fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables, however we may have other donated items available at some of our sites throughout the year;
Basic toiletries
Bread and baked foods
Pantry items
Disclaimer – Fresh fruit and vegetables are available every week.  Other item donations vary, so we cannot guarantee availability.

Who do we support:
Anyone that needs some extra support due to;
Low income
Short and long term health problems
People with a disability
Homelessness and family violence
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