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Provides meals for the disadvantaged.

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Our support is mainly crisis, with such things as travel, help with outstanding electricity/gas accounts, food, second-hand clothing, linen and blankets. - Crisis Accommodation: 2 to 3 nights. - Meals: Served 5 days per week (11.30am to 12.15pm).

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Christian based aid agency providing a food service (soup kitchen) Mon-Fri from 6pm to 7.30pm. Drop in centre runs Tuesday and Thursday 10am-1pm offering companionship, informal counselling, referrals and a basic lunch. Drop in clients can shower and do their washing.

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Indoor bowls Tues & Wed, Bingo Thurs & Fri, meeting pension week, Thurs 10am. Hot meal available Thurs meeting week or Wed other week. Sandwiches available to buy on other days. 1 trip p/month p/group. Gentle exercise Fri morning, must have doctors signature that ok to do exercise. Centre has forms. Various concerts throughout the year

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Wesley Community Centre

NSW, Australia

Provides free meals for all in need: Mon 12 noon - 1 pm Tues - Fri 11 am - 1 pm Sun 12.30 pm - 2 pm. Provides a friendly environment for companionship and communication. As well as free meals, food parcels are provided to those who need them. Food parcels are only available once every 3 months per client and depend on availability of donated supplies. Service run by paid co-ordinator with a volunteer team. Donation box is available for those who wish to contribute. Accessible for people with limited mobility.

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Centre based meals, provide clients with social support, and include ethnic based luncheons for those of the same cultural background. Armenian every second Monday, Cantonese every second Wednesday, English speaking group every second Friday and every Thursday. Groups meet 11am-2pm. Transport can be provided by CCA mini-bus.

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The Dining Room provides a spacious and pleasant environment to meet friends for lunch or coffee. Very reasonably priced lunch and cafe items are available for all. Discount for concession card holders. Also, there are 'Door Sales', that is Meals on Wheels meals can be purchased (usually frozen) from here on weekdays.

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Centre based meals for frail aged, younger people with a disability and their carers,. Door to door transport and guest speaker/entertainment is provided.

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The Weekend luncheon group meets fortnightly. This program provides the opportunity for people to socialise, develop new friendships and have some fun. We have lunch at local clubs and restaurants and transport is provided by CCA mini-bus.

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Volunteer caring service offers a home visiting service to offer social support. Volunteers take communion to the sick every Sunday and visit private nursing homes, private homes and hospitals. A soup kitchen operates on Wednesdays in the Salvation Army Hall which provides lunch for the poor and lonely. All done on a very small scale.

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Meet friends on Tuesdays and Fridays while enjoying a three course meal. Transport is available for anyone needing assistance. An internationally-themed lunch is featured at the end of each month, for which bookings are essential.

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Catering for on-site functions and delicious snacks and lunches at reasonable prices. A relaxing caf open to everyone with a sunny courtyard outside to enjoy your cappuccino and cake.

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Tea and coffee is always available. Activities include: gentle exercises, art classes, Computer Pals, University of the Third Age, Old Time Dancing, Tai Chi, cards, bingo, bus trips, mahjong, walking group, scrabble, Scottish dance group, English classes, Bridge group, knitting group, Bocce for men, upright and active falls prevention program, periodic play reading group etc. Restaurant is open for seniors every Tuesday and Friday, 12 pm - 2 pm, cost $8 for three course meal.

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Community Restaurant each Friday. $6 per 3 course meal. Transport available for $1. Booking essential.

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Red Cross - Bega

NSW, Australia

Bi-monthly Meetings held second Friday. Minimal cost meals at Red Cross Rooms every Tuesday.

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Social Support and activities for older people, lunch, organised outings. Bega Senior Social Club meets every Monday.

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Centre Based Programs aimed at reducing social isolation whilst providing companionship, activities and information sessions. Transport provided by Council bus to and from the Centre. New skills and valued friendships are a consistent outcome of the programs. Lunch is available on the day.

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The Monday Luncheon is for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. A fre lunch is held at the Gordon Ibbett Community Centre. Families, friends, lovers, carers and children of people with HIV/AIDS are welcome to share in a unique and supportive atmosphere.

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Mary Macs Place

NSW, Australia

Provides a hot nutritious meal in a safe non-judgemental environment to anyone in need of assistance. Information and referral to appropriate services also provided. Meals are served between 11 am - 1 pm Mondays - Fridays.

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Katoomba Civic Centre

NSW, Australia

Activities for seniors. Morning tea - min cost Mon, Wed, Fri and occasional Sat 9.30am-12pm. Lunch Tues 11.45am-12.45pm $5

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Uniting Church

NSW, Australia

Open Hearth free lunch Tues 11.30am-1pm. Free dinner last Fri of the month 5.30-7pm

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Provides lunchtime meals to homeless children, young people and adults, low income earners and those in need.

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