Pascoe Vale Food Collective

Sussex Neighbourhood House is pleased to support the Pascoe Vale food Collective. Please see below for more information about the exciting local social enterprise.

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Our volunteer, community run Food Collective sources grocery and cleaning products in bulk and provides these items for distribution to members and visitors on a monthly distribution day.

We are open on the second Saturday of the month, every month from 9:30 until 11:30.

We are located at the Pascoe Vale Senior Citizens Centre, which is located in James Reserve at 33A Prospect St, Pascoe Vale. The site has a dual frontage – so either walk through the park from the corner of Prospect and Archibald Streets, or head for the corner of Norton and Camdon Streets and you will see the hall.

We aim to provide items at low cost and with minimal or no packaging. We encourage the community to bring their own containers for filling – but always have clean jars and paper bags on hand to make the process easy!

We are registered with Moreland City Council as a food business, and operate on Covidsafe principles.

On the day, we accept cash, bank transfer and EFTPOS.

We have a variety of membership options – including casual visits, and annual memberships.

We could not operate without the support of volunteers – so please get in touch if you would like to help on one of our distribution days – pascoevalefoodcollective@gmail.com

You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram.

Instagram – Pascoevale Food Collective

Facebook – Pascoevale Food Collective

 

The Pascoe Vale Food Collective is auspiced by Sussex Neighbourhood House.

This Project is supported and funded by the Moreland City Council Community Grants Program and the Inner North Community Foundation.

We acknowledge we operate on the lands of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung, the traditional owners and custodians of the hills, valleys and waterways adjacent to the Moonee Moonee Creek, and we pay our respects to their Elders: past, present and emerging.