HOMELESS PACKS

Basic elements include:

  • Bottled water (330 - 500ml)

  • 2 x  additional liquid elements in a juice-box size, ideally one being protein focused (Up and Go + Juice, Yogurt drink + Juice, Flavoured Milk + ice tea, etc) 

  • 1-2 x   95g tinned components (one meat [tuna, chicken], one vegetable [corn, beans])

  • 1-2 x 30g sultana (or other dried fruit) boxes 

  • 1 x self-sealed packets of breakfast biscuits (Weet-Bix Go or BelVita)

  • 2 x bars, one with chocolate elements and one ‘other’ (oats, seeds, muesli)

  • A spork or fork (disposable)

  • Any sanitary items possible (toothpaste, toothbrush, small tissues, roll-on deodorant, feminine hygiene products etc)

 

Ideal donations to make these include:

  • Food safety gloves 

  • Large re-sealable plastic bags (27cm x 33cm)

  • Bottled water (330 – 500ml)

  • 95g small-tinned food (tuna is ideal) 

  • Juice boxes, Especially Up And Go

  • 30g boxes of dried fruits 

  • Breakfast Biscuits 

  • Protein bars (aiming to avoid confectionery food wherever possible but having chocolate on it is okay)

  • Self-sealed cutlery packs

CARE

We know that it's easy to be overwhelmed by information at the moment - here's some brief ways that you can help your local community:

THINGS YOU CAN BUY IN YOUR NEXT SHOP AND DROP TO ST PAT'S HALL:

Tinned anything, Rice, Pasta, Flour, Longlife milk, Up& Go

(Please note: We are now set up to dis-infect all donations so please give 

FRESH VEG AND FRUIT

Any fresh fruit or veggies that you can donate will be either chilled onsite and distributed, or turned into meals (stews and soups primarily) by our volunteers. 

Try & ask your shops for any seconds and surplus stock.

Office #: (08) 6114 1013

Beaufort St & First Ave
Mount Lawley, WA 6050
Australia

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