More Of What We Do
Please check 'Our Story' for more about Sunday Blessings
FREE COMMUNITY MEALS
Providing home-cooked meals is the core of Sunday Blessings Auckland. This is where we engage with those in need and support them through our connection, clothing and toiletries.
WHEN: 6pm Sunday and Tuesday
WHERE: City Central Library 44 Lorne Street (Online ordering, delivery and distance only due to Covid 19 available now)
All are welcome.
Sunday Blessings Auckland accepts quality surplus food that would otherwise go to waste. Our team of volunteers create them into beautiful meals for our friends in need. Please get in contact if you would like to donate.
The Community Fridge
The Community Fridge was an initiative that shared excess food to those in need. It was based in Auckland CBD and open 24 hours a day. Businesses and individuals were encouraged to leave excess food in the fridge and anyone who needs it could it take for free. Take what you need, leave what you don't. Read more
WHERE: *Currently out of operation, stay tuned for new location*
Griffiths Gardens, corner of Wellesley St West and Mayoral Drive
WHEN: 24 hours a day
We also provide material support in the form of clothing, footwear and blankets. Please get in touch if you are in need of these items or if you would like to make a donation.
Kiwi Road Trip Experience
Over the Christmas period in 2019 we trialed taking vanloads of Sunday Blessings guests to beaches outside of Auckland for a day trip of fun.
These trips ran smoothly and we look forward to providing more over Christmas in 2020.
Through our Support Services, we have the potential to make a real and positive change in the community. This is one of our key areas of focus here at Sunday Blessings, and a source of much success for our Non-Profit Organization. Get in touch with us today and see how you can lend a helping hand with this program.
Education & Outreach
We frequently visit workplaces and schools to share who we are and what we do through the art of interactive, high energy storytelling.
Danielle and Laurie's respective stories as to why they continue to serve our community are said to be both interesting and inspiring!