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Second Bite

The Second Bite Program

SecondBite exists to provide access to fresh, nutritious food for people in need.

We do this by stopping good food from going to waste. We rescue edible, nutritious food that was heading for landfill and give it to people in need, free of charge. For us, it’s simple: if it’s good enough to eat, it shouldn’t go to waste.

In Australia, we throw away an unbelievable amount of perfectly edible food every day.

At the same time, a growing number of Australians find themselves struggling to make ends meet – two million Australians find themselves unable to afford enough food to feed themselves or their families. The reasons behind this are complicated, but the bottom line isn’t – in short: we throw good food away while people go hungry. That doesn’t make sense.

SecondBite redistributes surplus fresh food to community food programs around Australia. Food is donated by farmers, wholesalers, markets, supermarkets, caterers and events. This high-quality surplus food is redistributed to community food programs that support people in need  from all walks of life.

Thanks to Coles and Fresca Fruit Kincumber!

If you are a business that would like to donate to the program we would love to here from you!


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If you have registered interest you can Message us on Facebook or Ring and leave a Message for Leanne on
4363 1044!


4 Values Project

Our key values are to: Connect Create Learn and Support

Over the past few years we have been working on our core purpose and through this process we have clarified that our core values are Connect, Create, Learn and Support.  How we do this is through:

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Community Eco Garden

Have or share a plot at the local community garden and work together to grow our garden and community as one. Grow your own vegetables, herbs, fruit, flowers and share ideas with others involved.  Come along and participate in our organic training and learn how to grow organic vegetables.  Build community spirit with others who want to practice fresh gardening ideas. Come along to our regular social gatherings to support the garden and share ideas.

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Kincumber Community Drug Action Team (CDAT)

Kincumber Community Drug Action Team is a group of residents and services working in the area who have identified anti-social behaviour as a result of alcohol and drug use as being a major factor within this region. The KCDAT are dedicated to investigating these issues and to look at ways to prevent it happening. One of the ways in which KCDAT are promoting the prevention of these issues has been by staging and running community led events and activities.
Any positive feedback and creative ideas are welcomed at the meetings and together we can lobby for resources to help decrease the number of anti-social issues happening on our streets.

For more information contact: Colette Baron or Rob Watson at Kincumber Youth Centre 4363 1044

Brekky Club

Breakfast for high school students on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 7-8 am during school term.

Youth Brekky Club is a joint project of Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre and Kincumber Youth Centre.  Supported by Kincumber Uniting Church Roundabout Op Shop and our newest supporters, the Broadwater Court Retirement Village Residents Association.  A youth worker from the Kincumber Youth Centre attends to assist any young person who may need extra assistance.

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