Fresh food delivered to asylum seekers during COVID-19


Although all of our lives have dramatically changed over the past few months, refugees and asylum seekers are particularly vulnerable at this time, as they have been left out of government support packages.

In conjunction, legal meetings such as Immigration Department interviews have been delayed or have been moved online , and there are widespread job losses.

In Melbourne however, third generation Australian farmer Catherine Velisha, food delivery service EASI and the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre have teamed up to support asylum seekers at this time, by delivering fresh food straight to their door.

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