Is your business, school, club
or organisation looking for a
way to help the local community
Community Support Frankston would like to give you the opportunity to support the work of our volunteers by helping us raise funds for the 22nd annual Frankston Community Appeal.
This Appeal is about helping disadvantaged people in our neighbourhood and, because the agency works in conjunction with other Frankston emergency relief agencies, more families can be assisted and given fairer allocation of donations.
We work together, with one point for hamper distribution, which enables us to stretch our combined limited resources plus allows other local organisations to concentrate on providing other festive activities like free Christmas breakfast and lunch to residents in hardship.
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Food or cash donations
If you would like to help or have a fundraising idea you would like to discuss, please contact us. We will acknowledge your involvement on our website.
22nd Annual Frankston Community Appeal
Cash and In-kind donations 2012
total cash donations
21 December 2012
- Anonymous donations
- Beta Sigma Preceptor Tau Chapter
- Cake Decorator's Association — Frankston
- Carrum Gardens Social Club
- Christian Science Society Frankston
- Commonwealth Bank Social Club
- Cooinda Trefoil Guides Victoria
- Department of Corrections Frankston
- Frankston CWA
- Frankston Garden Club
- Frankston Ladies Choir
- Frankston High School Leadership Council
- Frankston Hospital Ward 4GN staff
- Frankston Naval Memorial Club
- Frankston RSL
- Frankston Wranglers Charity Club Inc
- Inner Wheel Club of Nepean
- Input Fitness — Staff and clientele
- Karingal Bowling Club
- Kookaburra Sport
- Langwarrin Girl Guides
- Langwarrin Pearcedale Anglican Church
- Lions Club of Karingal
- Long Island Country Club — Lady members
- Melbourne AGE
- Men's Shed
- Mt Eliza Village Clinic
- Operation Larder
- Peninsula City Church
- Peninsula Country Golf Club — Lady members
- Rotary Club of Frankston — Long Island Inc
- Rotary Club of Frankston — Sunrise
- Seaford Girl Guides
- Seaford Park Primary School
- Seaford Uniting Church
- South East Water
- St James the Less
- St Lukes Church
- St Pauls Anglican Church
- Uniting Church — High Street Frankston
Representatives from the Langwarrin Girl Guides came in with a 'super-sized' cheque.
Federal MP Bruce Billson delivering groceries collected through his office.
Representatives from Frankston Ladies Choir making a donation to the Appeal.
Operation Larder volunteers packing 200 hampers at the Uniting Church, High Street, Frankston on Wednesday 12 December. Your cash donations are used to bulk buy groceries so each hamper has identical contents.
Staff from South East Water organised their own grocery collection.
Carla and Ron, CSF volunteers, packing the first hampers with grocery donations.
Mt Eliza Village Clinic — 15 Tubs Full Appeal
Reception staff at the clinic with the first nine huge tubs of Christmas fare they have collected. Thank you to the patients and staff involved.
Vicki with staff from Frankston Community Correctional Services who have donated a fabulous collection of new toys.
Lorraine and Helen from the Frankston Cake Decorators Society presenting their annual donation of miniature decorated Christmas cakes which are given to local people who live alone.
Nicholas, John and Jesse, CSF volunteers, running the Appeal fundraising BBQ. Sausage and drink sales raised a profit of $186.20.
Vicki taking delivery of 200 tinned hams and red salmon with Annemaree from Frankston RSL.
Lucy and Tony from South East Water delivering bags to be used as hampers.
Helen, from the Long Island Country Club — Lady Members presented a cheque to Vicki, CSF Manager from their fundraising golf day.
Frankston Men's Shed - made and donated more brightly painted wooden toys to the Appeal.
Staff at Input Fitness, Cranbourne Road, Frankston are building a wall of Christmas groceries in their reception area. Food donated by their staff and clients will be packed into hampers.
Melbourne newspaper 'The Age' has donated boxes of new toys which will be distributed to families with disadvantaged children in the Frankston area.
More information about us
Community Support Frankstonis a volunteer organisation established by Frankston residents in 1968 to provide information about local services. The Centre is one of the busiest of its type in Victoria with 11,298 enquiries for support and information in the last financial year. Find more information about the Centre, volunteering and services we offer on our Home Page.
Community Support Frankston is an accredited charitable institution. Click here to see details registered with the Australian Government.
Community Support Frankston
ABN - 95 426 151 625
Registered Incorporation Number
A 0000431J (Associations Incorporation Act 1981)
Deductible Gift Recipient and Tax Exempt Charity entity
(Income Tax Assessment Act 1997)