The ADRA Community Centre in Logan Central, south of Brisbane, provides emergency relief and assistance to anyone in need, including people suffering the effects of domestic violence. Supplying up to 500 food parcels per week, there is also a weekly soup kitchen operating Monday nights at 5:30pm. There is an ADRA Op Shop on site and the centre also offers training in Certificate III in Individual Care & Certificate III in Early Childhood Learning. As a certified ‘Work for the Dole’ provider, the centre also provides opportunities for people to get back into employment. The centre is currently raising funds for a van to better serve the community.
31 Station Road, Logan Central, QLD 4114
Phone: 07 3290 3011 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours: Mon – Thurs 9am – 4pm, Fri 9am – 2pm
Food Parcels: Mon – Thurs 9.30am – 3.30pm, Fri 9.30am – 1.30pm
Op Shop Hours: Mon 7.30am – 4pm, Tue – Thurs 8am – 4pm, Fri 8am – 2pm, Sun 7.30am -1pm
Donations and drop-offs accepted during open hours and on Sundays 7.30am to 1pm
The ADRA Community Centre in Logan Central operates on an ongoing basis. The total project support cost for this project is $50,000 and our annual fundraising target is $50,000. This project relies entirely on private donations to continue.
The phone rings. Pam Wood glances down at her mobile and answers in a cheerful voice. It’s yet another person needing help. Pam managed the ADRA Community Centre in Logan, south of Brisbane, for 12 years. “We have been inundated with people needing food. We do over 500 food parcels a week.” The centre helps tens of thousands of people every year by providing emergency relief and furniture for homeless people, refugees and survivors of domestic violence; most volunteers at the centre are past beneficiaries. Pam learnt to be faithful during challenging times. “God is good at his word. As long as we keep remembering that he’s in charge, we’ll be fine.”