Our impact in 2022

people fed
across our Food Relief Hub
and two Food Pantries

29% increase
compared to 2021


across our programs

160% increase

in food voucher demand 

Rain garden
construction completed 
150 volunteers recruited to plant 3,600 native plants 


380,000 kilos
food rescued
9% increase
compared to 2021

Award winner
Newtown Woman of the Year
Rosanna Barbero

food relief hampers

Net zero
Rooftop solar fully powers our Marrickville Food Pantry, hall, office, EV charging stations, and electric food-rescue van

50% increase
in solar power generated

Hampers of Hope
including 400 pet hampers
40% increase
compared to 2021

partner organisations


Annual Reports

Other Reports

Addi Road extensively featured in Sydney Policy Lab’s first report

“This major report of the Strengthening Australian Civil Society initiative is based on a series of reflective conversations with civil society leaders about their experiences in 2020 and 2021 attempting to support people and communities during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

These conversations were examined through the lenses of four capability areas that civil society leaders use to support community aspirations: leadership, community connection, networks and systems, and advocacy and influence.”

Sydney Policy Lab

Mind the Gap: A study of Inequality in the Inner West

Report on research conducted to gain insight into:

  • the nature of poverty experienced by Marrickville residents from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds;
  • the effects of funding cuts on service providers; and
  • the factors that create and perpetuate inequality.

Research commissioned by Addison Road Community Centre Organisation and Marrickville Multicultural Interagency (MMIA)

WOW Food! Inner West – Project Evaluation Report

WOW Food! Inner West – Food Donor Study

Addi Road programs & initiatives

Working with the community, Addi Road champions three areas:
human rights, arts & culture and sustainability.