Recent News

Read the latest news from Addison Road Community Centre.



Read the latest news from Addison Road Community Centre.

June 22, 2020 / featured

Who Pays the Rent for the Arts?

Fee hikes for arts students, major cultural institutions going into administration, museums laying off dozens of staff: you might wonder...
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May 15, 2020

Retain the Rate

Addison Road Community Organisation has been working with ACOSS (Australian Council of Social Services) and the Inner West Raise The...
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April 14, 2020 / featured

The Language of the People

By the time the day is finished, over 150 Latin American students will have come here seeking emergency food hampers. Despite its name, United for Columbia is becoming a broad communication point for students from all over Latin America who suddenly find themselves adrift and in need here in Sydney.
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April 10, 2020 / featured

The Belmore Connection

Thanks to Addi Road’s Outreach Co-ordinator, Dulce Munoz, we were able to make Good Friday a truly good day, delivering Addi Road’s food relief hampers to 18 families in the Belmore area – as well as helping the Islamic Women's Welfare Association to get food to its clients.
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April 7, 2020 / featured

Making Hard Yards with the Swans

“I just love the vibe here. I’ve been coming down to Addi Road, packing emergency hampers for the last week... Anyone can help, whether you’re a professional or involved with a local club. That is why Craig Foster's #PlayForLives campaign is so great. It’s rallying all of us.” - Kieren Jack
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April 7, 2020 / featured

Playing On – Craig Foster, #PlayForLives and Addi Road

A recent Sydney Morning Herald news article on how Craig Foster's #PlayForLives campaign is motivating volunteers from the sports community to make Addi Road's emergency food hampers.
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April 3, 2020 / featured

Changing the Game – Addi Road, Craig Foster and food relief in Sydney

“If it wasn’t for Addi Road all the major NGOs and charity organisations we work with would have run out of food two weeks ago.” - Darcy Byrne, Mayor, Inner West Council
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April 2, 2020 / featured

Life During Wartime

“The people I work with are already socially isolated. They can handle that, But they can’t handle the panic happening out there."
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April 1, 2020 / featured

The Land of Topsy-Turvy

Ties between Bill Crews' Exodus Foundation and Addi Road are being strengthened as the homeless reach out for help.
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March 31, 2020 / featured

White Crosses

Day ends at the Addison Road Community Organisation. Gurwinder starts to take the chairs from the road, leaving only the white crosses that now mark out the social distance needs of our times...
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