Waste Not Want Not is back for 2018 and this year the line-up is bigger than ever!
Taking place on June 4 at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground, the event is set to be a celebration of Melbourne culture and identity, and will feature some of Melbourne’s finest chefs- handpicked
For the third year running, Liquorland, First Choice, Vintage Cellars and Liquor Market stores are holding their Winter Appeal between 14th May and 3rd June.
Head into a store to purchase a $2 donation card to provide 10 healthy meals, or a $5 pin to provide 25 healthy meals!
Every week for the last 9 years, Lea has devoted her time picking up fresh produce from the SecondBite warehouse and delivering (in her own car) to agencies who would be awaiting her arrival; Lea bearing the next meal for many.
Not only was there warm reward in lending a
We are excited to announce that SecondBite Head Office will be moving from 73 McClure Rd, Kensington to 93 Northern Rd, Heidelberg West. Operations will commence at the new site from Wednesday the 27th of September. Rest assured, apart from the change of address, we are business as usual and
This year’s Waste Not Want Not dinner truly was a night to remember. May 29 saw 700 people converge on The Palladium at Crown and raise a total of almost $170,000, allowing SecondBite to rescue and redistribute enough food to provide 680,000 meals all around Australia.
MC’s for the evening, Chrissie Swan
This Winter, the teams at Liquorland, First Choice, Vintage Cellars and Liquor Market will be selling $2 donation cards to raise funds for SecondBite.
We are proud to partner with these stores for a second year to help provide healthy meals for people in need. Thanks to the generous support
For the second year in a row, we have collaborated with ambassador Matt Preston to deliver an exclusive evening, with menus created by a stellar group of Melbournes’ best, hand selected chefs.
The SecondBite Waste Not Want Not Dinner is our biggest fundraising event of the year, and is not
‘SecondBite in Schools’ is a unique approach to food rescue and redistribution. It works like this: we deliver fresh, rescued produce to a participating school; students learn how to prepare nutritious meals, which are then packaged, frozen and returned to SecondBite as emergency food relief for people in need.
SecondBite works with organisations across Australia to get food to the people who need it most. Our partners provide community-focused programs that aim to give people doing it tough the support that is right for them.
Fresh food from SecondBite helps Father Bob’s provide ‘food, friendship and hope to the