The Scone Neighbourhood Resource Centre (SNRC) was established in 1986. We are a small team of people working together to make a difference in the lives of disadvantaged people in our area.
We support families and individuals doing it tough by offering food and blankets and additional support through referrals.
The service continues to evolve to meet those needs and provide services and support to the target group, working with vulnerable individuals and families.
Funded by the Department of Families & Community Services and numerous local organisations, businesses and individuals in the local community through sponsorship and donations. The SNRC generates income through programs and services to ensure the doors remain open to always be available when needed.
OUR OBJECTIVES ARE TO: use our resources predominantly
for the purpose of relieving poverty in the Upper Hunter Shire
area of NSW in Australia by operating a food pantry, providing
parcels of food and other essential grocery items, blankets and
sanitary items to homeless people and others who cannot afford
to buy basic food, groceries and sanitary items for themselves.
Partner with existing community organisations and businesses to
coordinate and disseminate a range of community services and
goods that assist those most vulnerable people in the Upper
Hunter Shire area of NSW.