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Our Services

Since 2015, Turbans 4 Australia has specialised in providing emergency goods to people in need regardless of their race, religion or ethnicity. The people we assist include those experiencing financial hardship, food insecurity, homelessness and unemployment, as well as those impacted by natural disasters such as bushfires, floods and drought.

Western Sydney Hampers

Every Sunday from 11am to 12pm, we hand out free food and grocery hampers at our headquarters in Clyde to those struggling with food insecurity.

Click here to apply to receive assistance.

New Centre Opened in Thomastown, Victoria

In 2023 we officially launched our new center in Thomastown Victoria, for people struggling with cost of living crisis in Melbourne

NSW Flood Relief

We’ve delivered over 250 pallets of essential goods to those impacted by the devasating floods that hit Northern NSW in March 2022.

We Need Your Help

At this very moment one in six Australians are experiencing severe food insecurity, including 1.2 million children. That means they’re unable to access enough safe, nutritious food to lead an active, healthy life.

Over 70% of these food insecure Australians reduce the size of their meals and skip a meal at least once a week.

More than half go a whole day without eating anything at least once a week.

That’s why Turbans 4 Australia is working hard to provide Australians doing it tough with essential food and grocery items. No one should have to go without when we live in a country with such an abundance of resources.

But we can’t continue our essential work without your help. Your donations, big and small, are what keep us running.


Turbans 4 Australia deserve a special mention... This band of good hearts and hands... made meals and food hampers for visa holders left jobless and without government assistance in the darkest days of COVID-19.


With bushfire smoke still in the air, they also travelled to the scarred communities of Eden-Monaro to cook meals, share their brand of mateship and deliver two semitrailer loads of water, groceries, toiletries and tools to help farmers.


In an increasingly divided world, the work of [Turbans 4 Australia] inspires us to be tolerant and inclusive. It's a contribution that inspires my work and, I hope, the work of the wider community as we all look to make the experiences of 2020 count in the future.

Hon Kristy McBainMember for Eden-Monaro

Every time there's an issue, an emergency, and we turn on the television to watch the news to see how things are unfolding, I see gentlemen with long beards and turbans running around, trying their best to do something to provide support...


They've taken hay bales out to Dubbo and Coonamble and other places when the farmers were in crisis. And of course through the recent floods and the terrible bushfires, they were there...


They're about showing the community broadly that the Sikh community believes in equality and justice and compassion, and they're spreading that word.

Clr Lisa LakeMayor of Cumberland City

I want to thank you for all the support given to our community in Lismore. This is the first time in my life that I need help with essential items.


I usually am the volunteer and giver.


I will be forever grateful of your generosity in my days which have turned into weeks of need.

2022 Lismore Flood VictimReceived assistance from Turbans 4 Australia