The agency would
Hocking Stuart (Frankston and Cranbourne) kindly donated a defibrillator to CSF and have come on board to assist us with a monthly donation towards the ‘hot meal vouchers’ as part of our Emergency Relief program
Pro-com consulting have donated their time to provide CSF volunteers with the Front-Line Adaptive Communications Course (FLAC) as a much appreciated donation in 2016.
The Rotary Club of Frankston Sunrise presented CSF with a cheque for $15,000 as the major recipient of funds through the annual golf day event in 2016.
CSF received a Feed Melbourne Grant in 2015 for just under $13,000. This grant was put into establishing our perishable foods program, including the much needed commercial fridges and freezers that now occupy our kitchen space and feed vulnerable members of the Frankston community.
A special mention to Janet and her team from avocare who cook nutritious meals for our clients (Monday – Wednesday) and deliver them in take-away friendly containers for CSF to provide clients. A new partnership that commenced in 2016.
CSF is grateful to receive food items that are provided to people in urgent of food relief. From our volunteer food pick-ups at ACL in Seaford to the FareShare and OzHarvest drop-offs that take place every week. We thank you.
KOGO (Knit One Give One) is a not-for-profit organisation that has dedicated volunteers knitting warm winter woollies (Such as scarves, beanies and blankets) to help those in need.
We would like to thank Winners Circle Free Range Eggs for their kind donations of eggs that are given to CSF clients that are in need of food relief. Sue and her team drop off eggs to the centre every opportunity they get.
AUZ Country Customers are encouraged to organise non-perishable food & toiletries donations as part of its regular customer freight pick-ups. They also act as a drop off point for CSF donations.
A big thanks to Brumby's bakeries in Mt Eliza and Towerhill for donating bread and bakery items to CSF clients. These partnerships commenced in 2015 and more than 8,000 loaves of bread and bags of bakery goods have been given out as of May 2016.
Overport Primary School Mother's Group arranged a Free Dress day for students. All food collected was donated to the agency.
Thanks to this business for donating alphabet and coloured dot stickers to make our waiting area for parents with young children more appealing.
Major Supporters of the Centre
The Centre would like to acknowledge anyone
Community Support Frankston Volunteers
Chapel of the Resurrection – Peninsula School
DBD Database Services
Department of Social Services
Frankston City Council
Frankston Churches Community Breakfast
Frankston Wranglers Charity Club
Cake Decorators Frankston
Input Fitness - Frankston
Lions Club of Frankston
Mornington Peninsula Community Connections
Peninsula City Church
Ritchies Community Benefit Card
R.E. Ross Trust
Rotary Club of Frankston Sunrise
Rotary Club of Frankston North
Seaford Uniting Church
St James the Less
Langwarrin Community Centre
St Anne's Parish Seaford
Uniting Church High Street
AUZ Country Carriers
KOGO (Knit One Give One)
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