Sydney homeless free meals info

Sydney Free Meal Services.
SydneyHomeless; Martin Pl 5pm Mon-Fri

The Station

Salvos

Vinnies Foodvans….Hot Drinks, Sandwiches,Snacks,Fruit,

8-30 to 9-20pm Martin Place outside Westpac.

9-30-10pm St Marys Carpark, Cathedral St

10-15 to 10-45 pm Devonshire & Crown St Surry Hills

11-1130 pm Eddy Ave Belmore Park Side

Jesus Cares

Coptic Church

 

Exodus Foodvan:Hot meals,quality & quantity vary wildly.Service quality not a priority for this organisation which view homeless and marginalised people as tokens to raise funding with.Famous for providing minimalist food services using a mix of expensive infrastructure,largely donated food and mostly voluntary staff. Okay if you’re starving and prepared to take a risk. Yurong Pkwy & Cathedral St Woolloomooloo. Government & corporately funded, 8pm 7days per week:

Mission Australia…..Swanton Lodge…………closed in the nineties

Salvos…………………..Foster House………….Rebuilt in nineties without street accessible dining.New Foster House paid guests regularly eat at Jefs Corner.

Wesley………………..Edward Eagar…………..closed street accessible dining May 2009.

Lady of Snows………………………………………gone

Hope Street(Sundays)……………………………not any more.

Vinnies……………….Vinnies Village…………Jef Gambin provided food and cooked it there for a while, as well as paying the $1 each Vinnies still insisted on collecting. Also closed a few years ago.

Matthew Talbot Hostel Talbot Lane Woolloomooloo; 3 excellent hot meals a day for men only.

Salvos Internet & Coffee…..Sunday & Tuesday with Exodus Foodvan 8-15-9-30.Not recommended for Youth & Kids as DOCS spy agency.

Youth off the Streets………Green Square(opp. St Vincents Hospital Darlinghurst Rd. Young ones whom its meant for stay away in droves due to its DOCS role. All adults use it.)

Rough Edges 120 Darlinghurst Rd(by Anglican Church) Church run, govt program provider, snacks and hot drinks. Their synod lost 100million in dud investments this year. Govt Social Housing provider.

 

 

 

Brisbane Homeless Alert

Lance is contemplating a rushed trip to Brisbane to join the homeless campers and assist in stabilising their campsite. He states: "I will fly up if someone can donate return flights as I have to be in Sydney friday night

I applaud the statement of Greens councillor Jonathan Sri and thank him for his position.

The Lord Mayor needs to understand that these people are neither chattels to be stored nor cattle to be herded. His direction of them to live in jail-you-pay-for hostels is plainly unacceptable to those who remain.