Food for All is an all volunteer non profit organization which was formed in 1991 to meet the need for emergency food relief which emerged from Poverty Forums conducted by the former Shire of Flinders.
Up to the end of the financial year 2019 Food For All has packed and distributed 70,868 food parcels. Over the past fifteen years Food For All has packed and distributed 9,887 Christmas hampers and also given toys each year to (on average) 500 children of the families receiving hampers.
While Food For All does receive support from the churches, local business, service organizations and schools it is the people of the Southern Peninsula through their donations of money and food that permits Food For All to continue its work and to grow.
Food For All is administered by a committee of management consisting of members from local churches, members of the St Vincent de Paul Society and community groups. The committee is ecumenically and community based.
Food For All is a unique example in Australia of interdenominational cooperation with some eight separate denominations over several parishes providing financial support for the organization and thus for the general Southern Peninsula community.