Greetings from South Eastern Community Connect and our food relief program The People’s Pantry.

We need you this Christmas to help gather donations.

Can you help? We need your CAN-DO attitude!

South Eastern Community Connect Sydney is a not-for-profit organisation that has been proudly supporting and providing advocacy to those in need for over 45 years.

We’d like to introduce you to our community initiative, The People’s Pantry Christmas Appeal.

The People’s Pantry is not just a food relief program. We provide assistance and advocacy relating to the struggles that come with being unable to provide food for yourself and your loved ones.

In addition to accessing food relief, it’s also an opportunity to connect with a South Eastern Community Connect (SECC) Case Workers and support staff.

This Christmas, sadly, the combat for food relief in South East Sydney has dramatically worsened.

With the cost of living rising higher and higher, expected economic hardship ahead, and the impact of the pandemic continuing to be felt, we know families are really feeling the pinch. For many people, the reality is that the festive season is not one they can celebrate.

We are seeking collaboration to partner together, collect donations, canned items and non-perishable food donations.

Will you join our online social media campaign and combat food insecurity?


We’d love to share your community spirit!

Can you join our Christmas Appeal food drive, fill our pantry and make this Christmas one we CAN all celebrate?

We are looking for:

  1. Organisations and communities which can acts as donation collection points
  2. Generous individuals who can donate to The People’s Pantry Christmas Appeal
  3. People who can volunteer their time to pack Christmas Hampers in Mascot on Monday 12 December.

Can you help in one of these ways? Contact us here or phone Myfanwy on 0432 480 250.

In times of great crisis, the power of community always rises to the challenge.

After all, many hands make light work.

We hope we can work together to assist families in need this Christmas.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This