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Sikh Volunteers Australia
BSB: 063595
Account: 10732130
Bank: Commonwealth Bank

How You Can Help

Food Rations

We welcome donations of dry rations for preparing vegetarian meals for the Free Food Delivery Service, Free Food Kitchen, Free Tiffin (Meals) Pickup, COVID19 Lockdown Free Food for the Needy projects.
Drop off at our new location in Langwarrin VIC 3910. We request that dry food ration donors kindly call 0452601734 and we can advice for suitable timings to drop off your dry rations.

Volunteer

Join our team as a volunteer for our Free Food Van, Free Kitchen, Free Tiffin projects.

Donate

You can donate via secured credit/debit card payments or use direct transfer funds to our bank account. Donated funds are used for purchasing food rations, cooking essentials and cookware for our Free Food Van, Free Kitchen, Free Tiffin projects. We issue DGR receipts for all our donations.

Advocate

Promote our aims, mission and goals to the wider Australian community. We are always looking to work with other non-profit organisations.

Call Us
+61 452 60 1734
(General Enquiries)

+61 452 40 1734
(SMS/TEXT Only for Free Food Delivery)

Email Us

[email protected]

 


1565A Dandenong-Hastings Road,
Langwarrin VIC 3910,
Australia.

 

Thank You to all our donors, supporters & well wishers

Premier’s Visit to Sikh Volunteers Australia’s New Home

The Hon. Daniel Andrews, Premier of Victoria State, today visited the new home of Sikh Volunteers Australia in Langwarrin and brought along fresh veggies for our Free Meals Kitchen with some good news too!

$700,000 for Sikh Volunteers Australia’s New Community Kitchen Project

A Federal Labor Government will invest $700,000 to complete Sikh Volunteers Australia’s new community kitchen project if elected.

Sikh Volunteers’ $600,000 fundraiser off to flying start

SVA volunteer group famous for helping bushfire survivors and residents under lockdown in public housing towers is trying to raise $600,000 to build a new kitchen, and has been blown away by the response. In 24 hours since its appeal was launched on crowdfunding site GiveEasy, Sikh Volunteers Australia has raised more than $160,000.

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