• Emergency Help:
    Unfortunately we cannot provide food to individuals. If you or your family need emergency food assistance, please contact any of the many local agencies in the area. For example: Goulburn Valley Community Care, Mooroopna Life Church/Op Shop, Salvo Care & Shepparton South Community Centre. Alternatively, please click here for a list of emergency food relief agencies who may be able to assist.

    Mobile 0432 517 329



    Shepparton Foodshare is located in Mooroopna. You can access Foodshare via Archer Street (off Young Street), Mooroopna. Turn into Young Street at Paul Wickham Pharmacy, follow this along then turn right into Archer Street and the Foodshare entry is ahead. Note if you get to the railway line at the end of Young Street you have gone too far.
    Please follow the link to view a map.


    Collection Times:

    Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 9.30am to 11.30am
    ** Note, due to COVID-19 restrictions collections have changed.
    For more information please call Shepparton Foodshare on 0432 517 329


    30 Young Street, Mooroopna VIC 3629

    PO Box 62, Mooroopna VIC 3629


  • Can you help by donating food staples?

    Shepparton Foodshare is grateful for donations of food.
    For your convenience there are two drop off locations for food donations as follows -

    Shepparton Foodshare - Monday to Thursday, between 8am to 1pm
    30 Young Street, Mooroopna, and
    Bicaro's Ristorante - Tuesday to Saturday, between 5pm to 8pm
    30 North Street, Shepparton

  • Conduct a Food Drive

    YOU can help! … by organising a food drive at your workplace, school or group


    We're on a mission to distribute food to local schools and emergency relief agencies, supporting those in need in the Goulburn Valley area.

    Sharing in the Goulburn Valley

    Since 2012 Shepparton Foodshare has been rescuing and receiving donations of fresh and nutritious food and redistributing it to those in need in the Goulburn Valley. It partners with supermarkets, business and other food rescue agencies across the state to provide nutritious food from every food group. Food is then collected by registered emergency relief agencies, churches and schools and distributed to those in need within the local community.


    The food rescued by, and donated to Foodshare, is at its ‘sell by’ or ‘best before’ date or may, for example have labelling errors. Depending on the type of food, it may remain fit for consumption for days to months after this date. By storing the food according to regulation guidelines, Foodshare is able to extend its shelf life to provide nutritious meals for local people and prevent edible food entering the waste stream.


    Through its rescue, sorting and redistribution operation, Foodshare is able to prevent around 300,000 kilograms of food from going into landfill as waste every year. An additional environmental benefit from our food sorting process is the separation of food and plastic packaging, with vegetable food waste provided as farm animal food, and plastic waste redirected from landfill into the recycling stream.


    Along with the positive impact of providing nutritious food to those that would otherwise go hungry, the social impact of Shepparton Foodshare also flows to the more than 20 volunteers whose combined work each week exceeds 100 hours. These volunteers benefit from and contribute to a sense of community resilience and connectedness, and have the opportunity to gain pre-employment and vocational skills.


    The community initiative is overseen by a skills based volunteer Board and operates from the back of the Geoffrey Thompson warehouse in Toolamba Rd, Mooroopna.


    Other not for profit agencies wishing to source food for distribution to the needy can register with Shepparton Foodshare by contacting the co-ordinator, Grace Grieve on 0432 517 329 (Monday to Thursday mornings). Individuals and organisations with food to donate should also contact Grace.


    Shepparton Foodshare Annual Report 2018/2019




    Grace Grieve

    Annie Squires


    The Board:

    Rod Schubert

    Jeremy Rensford

    Annette Neessen

    Jim O’Connor

    Barbara De Waal

    Cheryl Hammer

    Jan Phillips
    Leon Sargeant
    Roly Hunt
    Matthew Todd



    Grace Grieve

    Annie Squires


    The Board:

    Rod Schubert

    Jeremy Rensford

    Annette Neessen

    Jim O’Connor

    Barbara De Waal

    Cheryl Hammer

    Jan Phillips
    Leon Sargeant
    Roly Hunt
    Matthew Todd

  • Our Supporters

    We are currently supported by these wonderful organisations:


    Supporting Australian Growers.

    SPC has been committed to bringing premium packed fruit and vegetables to Australians for over 90 years.


    Making Sustainable Living common place.

    Unilever is a purpose-driven company. We aim to make sustainable living commonplace.

    Our aim is to provide healthy food for all.

    Foodbank Victoria is an independent not-for-profit organisation with more than 80 years’ food relief experience. We are the state’s oldest and largest organisation of our kind.

    SecondBite redistributes surplus fresh food to community food programs around Australia.

    SecondBite exists to provide access to fresh, nutritious food for people in need across Australia. We do this by rescuing and redistributing surplus fresh food, building community capacity in food skills and nutrition and advocating for an end to food insecurity.

    Coles Mooroopna

    A little better every day.

    Coles Mooroopna delivers brilliant service, quality and supports the community with a smile.


    A modern cash and carry factory sales outlet

    Top Australian brands with 20-70% off normal retail prices.



    At 197-205 Corio Street, on the corner of Corio

    and Vaughan Streets


    Help us ensure no one goes hungry in our region.

    The Albury Wodonga Regional FoodShare is a collaborative service that addresses food insecurity among people experiencing hardship in our region.

    Bendigo Food Share

    We collect food that would otherwise go to waste.

    We are a Not-for-Profit organisation, governed by a local Board and staffed by volunteers.

    Shepparton News

    Shepparton News

    sheppnews.com.au is the leading provider of news and information in the Goulburn Valley and is the digital extension of the successful Shepparton News published six days a week by the McPherson Media Group. A network of journalists, photographers, editors and contributors cover stories about the issues affecting the region and the people who make it great place to live, including breaking news, detailed analysis and opinion.

    Helen Macpherson Smith Trust

    Helen Macpherson Smith Trust is an independent philanthropic trust established by Helen Macpherson Schutt (née Smith) in 1951. On her passing in 1951, Helen left £275,000, the majority of her wealth, to establish a perpetual philanthropic trust to benefit Victorian charitable institutions. Launched as the Helen M. Schutt Trust, the name was changed to the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust in 2001 to acknowledge the Macpherson and Smith families as the prime source of her legacy.

    Since HMST was established, $113 million has been approved in grants to a wide range of Victorian charitable institutions and a diverse range of projects benefiting Victorians every year.

    Greater Shepparton City Council

    Greater Shepparton City Council has provided $50,000 to Shepparton Foodshare since 2017.

    Fairley Foundation

    The Fairley Foundation has provided financial support to Shepparton Foodshare via it's annual grant program.

    Greater Shepparton Connected Community

    Greater Shepparton Connected Community has provided financial support to Shepparton Foodshare via it's annual grant program.

  • Partner of the Month

    We wish to acknowledge the following monthly partners and thank them for their support.

    The partner of the month generously donates an amount of money to ensure the viability of Shepparton Foodshare for that month.

    If you wish to become a Monthly Partner please contact Shepparton Foodshare.

    September 2020

    Damian Drum MP


    Damian Drum MP is the Federal Member for the northern Victorian rural seat of Nicholls. Damian is a member of the National Party, and has represented the Goulburn Valley region in Federal Parliament since 2016. Damian has been a Monthly Partner of Shepparton Foodshare for the past four years contributing $9,000 to Foodshare's operational costs.
    For more information please follow the link to visit the Damian Drum MP website.

    Past Monthly Partners

    August 2020

    Goulburn Valley Orthodontics


    July 2020

    Diverse Builders


    June 2020

    Work Healthy Australia


    May 2020

    Inspired Architectural Windows & Doors


    April 2020

    Dr Simon & Marge Sneyd

    March 2020

    Elders Financial Planning Shepparton


    February 2020

    Ian & Helen Parsons

    January 2020

    John Taig

    December 2019

    Clearer View


    November 2019

    Graham Hill Eyecare


    October 2019

    Neatline Homes


    September 2019

    Damian Drum - Federal Member for Nicholls

    August 2019

    Goulburn Valley Orthodontics


    July 2019

    Diverse Builders


    June 2019

    SPC Factory Sales


    May 2019

    Valley Pack Cold Storage


    April 2019

    Dr Simon and Margie Sneyd


    March 2019

    Damian Drum MP

    February 2019

    Ian and Helen Parsons

    January 2019

    John Taig, Peter and Carmel Johnson, Tom Garrett

    December 2018

    Dawes & Vary Riordan


    November 2018

    Elders Financial Planning


    October 2018

    Kevin Hicks Real Estate


    September 2018

    The Churches


    August 2018

    Goulburn Valley Orthodontics

  • Volunteers

    Without them we could not survive. Below are some of the jobs our volunteers do. If you would like to be involved, please do not hesitate to get in touch!


    Van Drivers:

    • Collect and rescue food from our 8 local supermarkets.
    • Pick up donated food from various donors in the Goulburn Valley.
    • Unload rescued food at Shepparton Foodshare.
    • Maintain the appearance of the pickup van. E.g. cleaning both inside and out regularly.
    • Keep records of food pickups.
    • Maintain log of mileage travelled.
    • Reporting of any damage to vehicle.


    Food Sorters:

    • Help Retrieve rescued food from the Shepparton Foodshare delivery van.
    • Sort fresh produce into categories of product.
    • Discard non suitable food to waste stream.
    • Pack dry goods onto pallets and then into shelving.
    • Where appropriately authorised, use and maintain walkie stacker.
    • Provide assistance to agencies in collection of food requirements.
    • Record all food collections.
    • Help to pack food into trolleys and repack into agencies vehicles.
    • Maintain warehouse appearance.
    • Checking and removing any out of date goods to the waste stream.



    If you are able to donate, Paypal will provide you with a receipt of your donation for tax purposes through email. 

  • Contact Us

    The old SPC Ardmona site, Mooroopna

    Mobile 0432 517 329


    PO Box 62, Mooroopna VIC 3629

  • NEWS

    Shepparton Foodshare would like to thank Margaret Spadaro

    for volunteering her time to take photos for our website.

    Thank You.