The OzHarvest Victor chapter launched in September 2017. Fifteen wonderful volunteers collect rescued food twice weekly from four supermarkets and deliver it to seven agencies, which distribute to those in need in the community. The Chapter enjoys good support from food donors and collects approximately 1,000kg per week.
The Victor Harbor Chapter runs solely on the kindness and passion of a small group of volunteers who give their time to rescue quality excess food, diverting it from landfill and instead delivering it to charities who support people in need. Our team drives their own vehicles from food donors to our friends at local food relief charities on various days each week.
If you are interested in volunteering in Victor Harbor, we’d love to welcome you to the OzHarvest family! Please click the button below to register your interest.
FEAST (Food Education and Sustainability Training) is a curriculum-aligned education program for primary and high schools, which explores the issue of food waste and its environmental impact, healthy eating and easy classroom cooking.
Like any good FEAST, it’s designed to be fun, engaging and filled with good food!
Find out more about the program and how it aligns with the Australian Curriculum below.