Brisbane

Meals boost hope in regional towns

FareShare meals are travelling 550km west of Brisbane to the rural town of St George where Indigenous health service Goondir has opened a new food program to support its community. FareShare’s Kellie Watson and Madison Buik made the road trip for the unveiling of a new purpose-built kitchen, freezer and Read more…

By lucyfarmer, ago
Brisbane

Delicious and dignified

This year FareShare has adopted a very special goal – to boost the impact of EVERY FareShare meal on the person who receives it. Our chefs and volunteers have been taking our meals to a new level. We are determined to cook not just enough meals to nourish people who Read more…

By lucyfarmer, ago
Brisbane

Queensland kitchen turns two – and red!

Our chefs and volunteers made it a true Red Letter Day in Brisbane by tackling pallets of tomatoes as the kitchen celebrated its second birthday. Since opening in Morningside on 9 October in 2018, FareShare’s second high-volume kitchen has cooked more than 2.7 million free, nutritious meals for vulnerable Queenslanders. Read more…

By lucyfarmer, ago
Brisbane

Nutrition boost for Indigenous communities

Indigenous communities often find it hard to access affordable, nutritious food and when COVID-19 caused many to close their borders, the situation became worse. FareShare’s Brisbane kitchen has made numerous “no contact” meal deliveries to aboriginal communities in South East Queensland where nearly 50,000 meals have been dropped off since Read more…

By lucyfarmer, ago