Recipients of BeefBank meat have meals served from Hervey Bay to the Gold Coast.
Meals are served to pensioners, to out of work families…
…to women in refuges, to school children, to families at Ronald McDonald house and to the mentally ill to those with disabilities and the homeless. In the past 4 years we have supported a large number of front line support agencies including:
Set Free Care – Southport. Feed 400 people in the Northern end of the Gold Coast. Many suffer from mental illness, homelessness, disabilities or are pensioners. Set free offers free community meals 3 times a week and rely heavily on BeefBank meat.
We Care 2 – Hervey Bay. Feed 650 people per week. Many retires moved to Hervey Bay and simply cannot afford to live there anymore. Most beneficiaries are pensioners, some homeless, many with a disability. They offer a community breakfast and would not survive with BeefBank donations.
Salvation Army Indigenous Ministry – North Ipswich. Dealing with the impoverished community, mainly aboriginal but also homeless and those in the poverty cycle in the Ipswich Area. They primarily do lunches and dinners with meat from BeefBank.
Tribe of Judah – Kingston. Feed over 5000 people per week. 6 Days a week they give food away every morning and run a BBQ outside the Logan Hospital. They also provide meals for a women’s refuge and 2 Ronald MacDonald’s Houses.
Extended Hands – Palm Beach. Helps people in need regardless of race, creed or religious beliefs. They supply food, meals blanket, toys and clothing to the needy and disadvantages on the southern end of the Gold Coast and they work closely with the Department of Child Safety to assist in child protection cases.
Bonza Banga – Caboolture. Run food trailers for street outreach work for the homeless, needy and many street children in the Caboolture and Narangba area. They feed hundreds of people with the meat the receive from BeefBank.
Christian Life Centre – Kingaroy. Feeding hundreds of people in the South Burnett community which has an average income well under the QLD average. The centre offers free meals and free school breakfasts and rely heavily on BeefBank for mince and sausages.
- Aspley Care – BBQ’s for the needy
- Glovic Gympie – Flood Relief
- Gospel Lighthouse – School Breakfasts
- PCYC Inala – Community Meals
- Island Breeze – Community Meals
- Impact Church – Community Meals
- Tertiary Place – Community Meals
- Loaves and Fishes – Street Vans
- Nathanuel House – Youth Shelter
- Moonyah Red Hill – Rehab Centre
- Catalyst Ipswich – Community Meals
- YMCA Logan – School Breakfasts
- Access – Street Vans
- Salvation Army – Community Meals
- World Harvest – Community Meals
- Kingston College – School Breakfasts
- Lighthouse Deception Bay – Community Meals
- CC Mini Ipswich – Flood Relief
- Gold Coast Drug Council – Drug Rehabilitation Centre
- On The Edge Beenleigh – Street Van
- Globund – Flood Relief
- YMCA Logan – School Breakfasts
- Reach Out – Community Meals
- Missionaries of Charities – Community Meals
Interested In Donating?
There are so many great ways to get involved. Donate animals or simply provide a financial donation. Every dollar makes a difference.
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Total meals produced in 2016:
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Turn The Tables On Hunger
BeefBank is proudly run by volunteers so 100% of your donation goes to the purchase and preparation of meat for those in need. There’s no hidden fees or salaries to pay, simply the purchase of meat for the table.