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Where mercy triumphs over judgement.

We are open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 11am to 1pm.

36-38 Paisley Drive

Lawnton Qld 4501

Phone: 0402 845 175
Email: office@vineyardmercy.org.au

Vineyard Mercy Centre

We have been providing food, bread and community to people in need from the Moreton Bay region and beyond since 2000.
Our objective is to be a life-giving source of Mercy that sees people find help, healing & freedom.

We do not receive government funding, therefore rely on several sources of funding to meet the growing needs of our visitors. Each year sees an increase in the number of requests for food parcels, and you can be a part of meeting this need.

The provision of food is a simple service, and is often under-rated in its importance. Without access to adequate healthy food, people can struggle to maintain employment and positive mental health. Family relationships suffer also, and we see an increase in domestic violence during turbulent economic times. Children especially suffer in their ability to participate fully in school without enough food.

Many of our visitors come to the centre several times a week as they are socially isolated and lonely for community. We build relationship with them over time and see positive changes in their outlook on life. Our aim is to do life 'with' our visitors, instead of doing things 'to' or 'for' them.

One food parcel costs $26 and you can help provide this basic but vital service to your local community.

To give a once off financial donation, hit the 'donate now' button.

To purchase one food parcel per month, join our 'sponsor a food parcel' program.

To donate food, contact on 0402 845 175 or bring your donations to the centre during our opening hours.

To organise a food drive in your local school, business, sporting group, church or community, contact 0402 845 175 or office@vineyardmercy.org.au. You will be given organisational support to make this happen, and is an easy and effective way to collect much needed food donations for the centre.

We do accept donations of good quality clothing, shoes and toys, particularly men's clothing and clothing and shoes for children aged 4 and up. We don't accept bric a brac, electrical items, furniture or clothing in poor, ripped, stained condition. Please bring your donations to the centre during opening hours.