As well as the food that is generously donated by numerous businesses we need more:

  • fresh fruit and veggies, milk (or money for),
  • plastic containers for freezing food for emergency meals

If you are moving house or going on holiday bring in the stuff from your fridge! If you have fruit trees that are drooping with fruit let us pick them! If your cows need milking bring them in and we’ll milk them for you! What ever is excess in your larder will be very much welcomed in ours. And it will all help provide meals for the needy in Byron.

Is It Safe To Donate?

Members of the community who donate food to charities are protected from civil liability.

Food donors in New South Wales are protected from Civil Liability under Part 8A of the Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW).

In general, this Act protects food donors from civil liability where food is donated for a charitable purpose with the intention that the consumer will not have to pay for the food, and where the food was safe to consume at the time of donation.

Full provision of the civil liability Amendment (Food Donations) Act 2005 (NSW), which introduced Part 8A into the Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW) are available from Liberation Larder Inc.


Donations are a huge part of Liberation Larders service. Our account details are:

BSB: 722 744 (Southern Cross Credit Union)

Account number: 1000 71909

Account name: Liberation Larder

With the support of our donors we are able to provide a healthy, nutritious meal at a reasonable cost. If you’re wondering how we do it, here is a list of what your donations can buy to help support our growing service:

$0.50 buys 100g Butter
$1.00 buys 1kg Pasta
$1.50 buys 1kg Rice
$2.50 buys 1kg Self-raising flour
$3.50 buys ½ kg Cheddar cheese
$3.50 buys 900g Tofu
$4.95 buys 500ml Olive oil
$5.50 buys 1litre Sunflower oil
$7.22 buys 500g Yoghurt

Contact us to arrange your donation.

Example of a standard meal provided by Liberation Larder:

Vegetable Frittata, vegetable curry with rice, roast vegetables and Mexican beans, slice of vegetable pie, piece of honey and walnut cake with fruit salad and yoghurt.

This meal would normally cost $350 for 80 meals provided at $4.40 per person. Thanks to our generous donors and volunteers we are able to provide this meal almost entirely from donations.