Greek Welfare Centre offers free meal delivery service for struggling families


The Greek Welfare Centre is offering delivery of free meals to individuals and families who are experiencing difficulties during Covid-19.

The community and welfare services arm of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, the Greek Welfare Centre continually offers free meals to those in need of supplies.

The organisation promised on their Facebook that meals are “freshly cooked, nutritionally balanced and provide a variety of meals and flavours.” The meal deliveries, the GWC says, are also an opportunity for individuals to engage in social interaction.

ACTS OF LOVEGWC Community Services, the social welfare arm of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, is offering a free meal…

Posted by GWC Community Services on Monday, 17 August 2020

“The meal delivery enables social interaction as well as giving a strong message that as a community, we care for each other,” the GWC says.

For further information, including delivery locations and times for delivery, people can contact the GWC office on 95162188.




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