We have all been affected by the Covid-19 lockdown. Working from home, limited supplies in shops and not being able to meet our loved ones. These are strange and difficult times. But because of circumstances, some are finding it much harder than most.
How can we help you?
Our church community is here to help.
Starting Sunday 17 May, between 1-3pm, our Chapel will be open to help! We are located across from the State Library on 333 Swanston Street (corner of Lt. Lonsdale).
We want to do what we can to help you in this time of need. There will be frozen cooked meals and essential items for you to take, as well as people to talk with. So, if you need support, please come to CrossCulture on Sunday afternoons. If you know anyone in need, please let them know and help us spread the word.
How can you help?
Contribute your time.
Wanna be a part of this? You will be a part of something meaningful as you help people who are in need… and have fun at the same time! There are many things you can do: building connection, distributing food, re-shelving and many more (you can even suggest to us how you’d like to contribute)! Interested? Email us today.
Thank you for your generosity. There are three other ways you can also help:
Drop-off your donations
You can help by donating packaged essential food and household items. There will be a box where you can drop-off your donations on Sundays between 1-3pm in the Chapel.
Your donations will be used to purchase essential items and cook meals for those in need. If you wish to donate money, please give to our General Account or via the PayPal link and add the following note/reference: “CrossCultureAssist”.
Spread the word
If you know someone who needs assistance, let them know about us. If they are unable to come on Sundays, you can help with pick-up and delivery on their behalf.