Addi Road

Addison Road Community Organisation (Addi Road) is a not-for-profit fighting for social justice, supporting arts and culture and caring for our environment. We manage a nine-acre heritage site in the heart of the Inner West, won for community use in 1976.

Addison Road Community Organisation (Addi Road) is a not-for-profit fighting for social justice, supporting arts and culture and caring for our environment. We manage a nine-acre heritage site in the heart of the Inner West, won for community use in 1976.

Hampers of Hope – Addi Roads Xmas Hamper Appeal

2020 has been a tough year and many have fallen through the cracks. You can help.

We are currently providing boxes of groceries, bread, fruit and vegetables to hundreds of households across Sydney each week. These include at-risk young people, people seeking asylum and international students who cannot access JobKeeper or JobSeeker payments, along with individuals and families who are Indigenous, single parents, homeless, boarding house residents, elderly or sick, students, sex workers and casual workers who have been left vulnerable as a result of the Covid pandemic.

A donation of $10 buys a box for someone in need as we head into Xmas time.

 

2020 has been a tough year and many have fallen through the cracks. You can help.

We are currently providing boxes of groceries, bread, fruit and vegetables to hundreds of households across Sydney each week. These include at-risk young people, people seeking asylum and international students who cannot access JobKeeper or JobSeeker payments, along with individuals and families who are Indigenous, single parents, homeless, boarding house residents, elderly or sick, students, sex workers and casual workers who have been left vulnerable as a result of the Covid pandemic.

A donation of $10 buys a box for someone in need as we head into Xmas time.

The Food Pantry

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Addi Road News

February 27, 2020 / featured

An important message from Addi Road’s CEO, Rosanna Barbero

All over the world, March 21st is known as ‘International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination’. Only in Australia has it been rebranded as ‘Harmony Day’, diluting its relevance. Join us for the Inner West March and Festival for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on Saturday March 21st.
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February 26, 2020 / featured

Beastie Boys and Butterflies

Elisa volunteers for Addison Road Community Organisation every week. You may have seen her working at the Main Gates on Sundays, but we know her best for keeping our kitchen well-organised and clean as a whistle...
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February 22, 2020 / featured

Living for the City

Barbara Licha opens her 'In Progress' exhibition at Addi Road's Up Space Gallery.
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In the Media

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Former Socceroo Craig Foster’s mission to deliver ‘Hampers of Hope’ this Christmas
Seven News

Former Socceroo Craig Foster’s mission to deliver ‘Hampers of Hope’ this Christmas

The holiday season is supposed to be a fun and festive time spent with friends and family, but for those doing it tough, it can be the total opposite. That’s why former Socceroo Craig Foster and the Addison Road Community Organisation, are creating 1000 ‘Hampers of Hope’ filled with groceries and goods. The baskets will be delivered to those less fortunate - including international students, victims of domestic violence, the homeless, casual workers who have been left vulnerable as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and more – to show them they’re cared for this Christmas. Sunrise star Sam Mac spent Tuesday morning with Foster and Addison Road’s incredible team of volunteers as they packed the hampers to hear how you can help.

Seven Sunrise broadcasts from Addi Road

The holiday season is supposed to be a fun and festive time spent with friends and family, but for those doing it tough, it can be the total opposite. That’s why former Socceroo Craig Foster and the Addison Road Community Organisation, are creating 1000 ‘Hampers of Hope’ filled with groceries and goods. The baskets will be delivered to those less fortunate - including international students, victims of domestic violence, the homeless, casual workers who have been left vulnerable as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and more – to show them they’re cared for this Christmas. Sunrise star Sam Mac spent Tuesday morning with Foster and Addison Road’s incredible team of volunteers as they packed the hampers to hear how you can help.

The Addi Road Podcast

Have you checked out our podcast, produced by Kween G and in collaboration with the Inner West Multicultural Network.
 
The podcast explores the roots of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination so that we can reflect on our own country, our own culture and our own history here in Australia.
Available on Podbean and Spotify

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Get In Touch

Got a question or need to know more about something we do here? No matter if it’s a question big or small you can get in touch with us by sending us an email, filling out our online contact form or giving our friendly Centre staff a call. For more information on upcoming events check out our Facebook page.

Get In Touch

Got a question or need to know more about something we do here? No matter if it’s a question big or small you can get in touch with us by sending us an email, filling out our online contact form or giving our friendly Centre staff a call. For more information on upcoming events check out our Facebook page.
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