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Food, Groceries

Community Support Frankston
35 Beach St, Frankston

Phone: 9783 7284

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:00am ― 4:00pm
Thursday: 1:00pm ― 4:00pm

Subject to CSF assessment of financial crisis, help may be provided in the form of overnight groceries and assistance obtaining other basic living essentials. An appointment is recommended and supporting documentation must be brought to the interview.


Salvation Army ― Frankston North residents only 
17 Forest Drive, Frankston North

Phone: 9776 8456

Wednesday and Friday 10:00am ― 12 noon
To arrange an appointment please leave a message on the answering machine Monday or Tuesday.


Salvation Army Crisis Centre 
Ross Smith Ave, Frankston

Phone: 9784 5050 in an emergency.


Society of St. Vincent de Paul

Phone: 9769 6060

Catholic volunteer organisation workers visit the client's home and assess the level of assistance needed. Available to Frankston, Frankston North, Langwarrin and Seaford residents (up to Armstrongs Rd) and Carrum Downs residents west of McCormicks Rd. Clients need to ring at 9:00am as there are limited visits made each day. Skye residents ring the Cranbourne office on 5996 3926. All other areas phone: 1300 305 330.


Pantry 5000
St Aidan's Church Hall
Cnr Poulson St and McLeod Rd Carrum

Phone Parish office: 9772 1251

9:30 – 1:00pm Wednesdays
To receive a hamper you need:
Current Health Care card
Support Agency referral
Interview so staff can provide the level of food support you need


Second Bite Program
St Mark’s Uniting Church
Cnr Waterloo Pl & Barkly St, Mornington 

11:00am Thursdays
Free fresh food donated by farmers, wholesalers, markets and supermarkets.


Peninsula Christian Care
250 Frankston-Flinders Road, Frankston

Phone: 5971 4877

Frankston and Baxter residents.
Food Pantry 10.00am – 2.00pm Tuesday. You must phone first to make a time for an appointment.
Basic food relief 10.00am – 4.00pm Tuesday to Thursday (Please phone first - you cannot be guaranteed assistance if you arrive unexpectedly).
Clothing, household goods, furniture, appliances available at the Care Plus Somerville Op shop.
Mother and toddlers playgroup during school term Thursday 9.30 -11.30am.

Acrobat file Print 'Where to find assistance (Food and Groceries)' Brochure 139k (2 pg PDF)


Meals

FREE HOT BREAKFAST

Frankston Churches Community Breakfast
St Paul's Church Hall
High St, Frankston (beside football oval)

Monday - Saturday 7:00 - 8:30am
For people who are homeless, unemployed, pensioners or anyone suffering
from hardship or loneliness.

FREE COFFEE & CAKE (MORNING)

City Life Cafe
10-12 Clyde Street, Frankston
Phone: 9770 0660

Coffee and cake Friday: 10:30am - 1:30pm.

FREE HOT LUNCH

City Life Cafe
10-12 Clyde Street, Frankston
Phone: 9770 0660

Hot cooked lunch served Friday at 12:00pm (on the dot) until 1:00pm (gold coin donation).
 

FREE COFFEE & CAKE (AFTERNOON)

City Life Cafe
10-12 Clyde Street, Frankston
Phone: 9770 0660

Coffee and cake Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: From 4:30pm.
 

FREE HOT DINNER

City Life Cafe
10-12 Clyde Street, Frankston
Hot cooked dinner served Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 5:30pm until 6:30pm (gold coin donation).


Meals — other locations

FREE HOT BREAKFAST

Community Breakfast
Chelsea Church of Christ
3 Blantyre Ave, Chelsea

Wednesday 8:30am - 10:00am

FREE HOT LUNCH

Matt's Place
St Chad's Church,
12-14 Thames Prom, Chelsea
11:30am — 1:00pm
Free hot cooked lunch served Tuesdays for homeless, lonely or disadvantaged people.


COMMUNITY KITCHENS
A Community Kitchen involves a group of like-minded people meeting regularly to socialise and cook before enjoying delicious, affordable and nutritious meals together. Many kitchens buy and cook in bulk so many meals can be produced at low cost. Participants can also take meals home to enjoy on subsequent days. (Click LINK to see participating kitchens in the Frankston area).

Also see our Homeless in Frankston webpage.

 

 
 
 
   
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This page last updated: 11-Aug-2014