Ballarat food relief providers hit low stock as demand rises early

Melanie Whelan
Updated May 25 2022 - 6:29pm, first published 5:00pm
SUPPORT: Radio Ballarat's Kirsten Slater, St Vincent de Paul's Sue Calistro, Anglicare's Kim Boyd, Uniting Ballarat's Tania Jennings, Blake Family Grocers' Andrew Pocock and Salvation Army's John Clonan unite in facing increasing demand for food relief. Picture: Adam Trafford
SUPPORT: Radio Ballarat's Kirsten Slater, St Vincent de Paul's Sue Calistro, Anglicare's Kim Boyd, Uniting Ballarat's Tania Jennings, Blake Family Grocers' Andrew Pocock and Salvation Army's John Clonan unite in facing increasing demand for food relief. Picture: Adam Trafford

FRONTLINE food relief providers have welcomed a huge early donation in what they say is already crunch time with bare shelves with pressures on families growing.

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