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SA Pantry is an innovative campaign that will provide immediately useful, non-perishable food produce to families who lack food security.

The packs have been carefully designed by Food by Annabel to ensure a variety of nutritious, tasty and quality meals can be created and enjoyed by the whole family-including breakfasts, lunches, lunch box snacks, dinners and drinks.

Each pack will also include special recipes to allow a range of meals to be created with the ingredients provided.

117,260 people seek food relief services in SA every month - 1/3 of these are children.

With a tax deductible donation of $50 you can provide a vital pantry pack to a parent who is desperate to feed their family.

The benefits these packages will offer to a family are powerful and numerous – it’s the ability to eat a quality, tasty and nutritious meal - it’s also the relief and security of knowing there’s more than one meal available to them, and it's the powerful positivity that comes from being gifted something so meaningful from the community.

All SA Pantry packs will be distributed throughout the state, in the first week of May via the agencies aligned with MumKIND including Women's Safety Services SA, Centacare, AnglicareSA and Life Christian Centre.

Step 1

How many packs would you like to give? Each pack is $50 and is tax deductible...

>All donations over $2 are tax deductible. Scroll up or down to adjust your packs.

Each pack is $50 and is tax deductible...

If you donate


we can create

SA Pantry packs.

Step 2

You can make it personal...

If you’d like to contribute a personalised message, we’ll attach this to the pack(s) you’re donating to ensure that the family who receive it can see first-hand, the warmth with which it was provided.

Step 3

Let's do this.

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Thank You

We appreciate your support to people in need across South Australia. We’ll keep you posted when the packages are delivered.

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