During one of his many visits to Melbourne in the 70s, Srila Prabhupada famously
Current activities include daily distribution of around 5,500 meals per week from outlets in St. Kilda, Melbourne city
Crossways and the Food For Life Kitchen (FFLK) also regularly partner with other volunteer
FFLK also works in conjunction with social services to help provide food for the needy. At ISKCON Melbourne Temple in Albert Park, free meals are served 3 times daily to a variety of recipients. This happens 7 days a week.
Please Note: All our meals may contain dairy, nuts and gluten. If you have any allergies or special requirement, please check with the cook regarding which items are suitable for you.
The Food For Life Kitchen upgrade will improve the efficiency and functionality of the kitchen. This will increase the scope and range of our local food for life programs.