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Project Dignity 

To support the growing proportion of community people impacted through worsening financial hardship and housing crisis pressures, Sudbury House developed Project Dignity.  Project Dignity was an emergency relief initiative providing food, clothing, personal care and laundry services to support people in real need avoid or manage homelessness, have their basic needs met, and gain connections with specialist People and services for help in other life areas.  Project supported over 2586 families, 10344 individuals and 2603 children during the 2023 year… 20688Kg of relief food was distributed.

During 18 months,  a dedicated community of champions; volunteers and staff of Sudbury House, worked tirelessly with an enduring commitment to selflessly giving so much to community daily. Thank you to our Project Dignity food rescue partners SecondBite and OzHarvest WA and their wonderful staff.

A huge acknowledgement is extended to Mr. Vince Garreffa and everyone at Mondo Warriors for helping us coordinate and create Tutti a Tavola 23 …a taste-celebration. Our generous friends and supporters   helped raise more than $40K.

And The Story Continues……

In 2024, Sudbury House evolved our operation due to sustainability and safety risks.

Project Dignity now focuses upon collaboratively empowering and building the capacity of the community.  In conjunction with our selected agency partners, which include Early Learning Centre's Schools, Youth Centres and Community Groups, we are now directly supplying essential food resources to children, youth and families to an increased reach of 1045 families/individuals weekly.

The transformative shift to create Project Dignity has resulted in Sudbury House now having an increase of   334.5% reach into the Community.


Mr. Vincenzo Garreffa - SCH Honorary Kitchen Ambassador

Original Mural by Artist Lawry Halden 

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