Glen Park Community Centre is a friendly, supportive and welcoming environment for everyone in the community. Their mission is to create a strong, connected community - free from poverty, isolation and injustice, where every person has access to food, housing, social and economic participation, lifelong learning and support.
They offer a wide range of services to the community with their two key programs being a free monthly dinner for all members of our community who may be experiencing homelessness, social isolation or food insecurity.
Also offered is a weekly Community Pantry which provides relief to people experiencing extreme hardship, giving the vulnerable community members access to food and material aid when they need it most.
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Glen Park Community Centre provides emergency relief to some of our most vulnerable Victorians. According to Foodbank’s latest hunger report it is believed that 25% or 1 in 4 residents in Victoria are accessing food relief at least once a week.
Where can I donate?
Location: Level one, Shop 1086 Fresh food area opposite Ferguson Plarre
Dates: Now until 30 June 2021
Times: 6am – 10pm daily
What can I donate?
PLEASE DO NOT DONATE CLOTHES
Personal Hygiene: The human body can provide places for disease-causing germs and parasites to grow and multiply and these items for us can be everyday essentials but for other they can seem like luxuries and often they are unable to purchase. Items accepted must be new or unused such as toothpaste and brushes, deodorants, sanitary products, body wash and shampoo & conditioner.
Monthly Pantry: They are seeking donations of non-perishable items such as tin food, dry pasta, rice, pet food, flour, long life milk and custard, coffee and tea They are unable to accept donations that are beyond their used by date or have been open or damaged in any way.
A new space located on level 1 opposite Ferguson Plarre will provide Glen Park with an additional platform to connect with some of the more vulnerable members in our community, especially those who would find it difficult to get to Glen Park Community Centre.
The space will be used for many things including:
To find out more or to make an appointment at the Eastland location contact Glen Park Community Centre on (03) 9720 5097.
Are you or know someone who is aged 16-25, out of school, out of work or an early school leaver?
To prepare young people for work in hospitality, cleaning, security, guest services and maintenance, Glen Park Community Centre have partnered with Glad Group and Eastland Shopping Centre for Hungry 4 Success®.
You will learn essential employability skills, such as communication and working in a team. There are job opportunities available for successful learners at the conclusion of the program.
The course starts on April 26, spaces are limited, so to find out more or registers contact Glen Park Community Centre on (03) 9720 5097 or email@example.com