Individual Services

Eden Community Garden

 To re-establish confidence and build connections in older adults as well as marginalised young people. 

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Barnabas Life Services

To provide immediate relief in the form of basic necessities like non-perishable goods and essential items required for daily living  to disadvantaged families in the community.

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Training Services

Bethel Education Services

To equip and empower individuals who have been unable to connect with mainstream educational services. 

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Joshie’s Hub

 To enable children with physical and intellectual disabilities to acquire life skills and find meaningful roles in society. 

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Manna Kitchen

Enable homeless and disadvantaged families to have training and access to nutritious meals in their journey to independence.

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Eden Community Garden

STRATEGIES

  • Providing older adults and marginalised young people with a day placement working option.
  • Providing horticulture training and organic gardening education.
  • Food distribution to the Manna Kitchen
  • Community participation in purchase of produce
  • Education in financial management, cash flow, and economic sustainability

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Barnabas Life Services

To provide immediate relief in the form of basic necessities to disadvantaged families in the community. Barnabas Life Services is a service that provides non-perishable essential items required for daily living. It is a 24 hour response service run by volunteers, for families in crisis.


A seven day free service of non-perishable goods to disadvantage families in the community and those who have family members in prison.

Meals on wheels service that is connected to the Manna Kitchen for families and individuals doing it tough.

Provision of petrol vouchers or where there is an assessed need, financial assistance to disadvantaged families and individuals.

Providing parcels of food and other essential grocery items to homeless people and others who cannot afford to buy basic food and groceries for themselves.

Providing clothing to people who are homeless and others who cannot afford to buy clothing for themselves.

Providing financial assistance to disadvantaged families.

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Bethel Education Services

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  •  Providing life-skills training to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds
  • Provision of life-skill programs such as mental health awareness, cooking classes, housekeeping, financial management, home economics, self-care, health and nutrition and family responsibilities, to youth and disadvantaged families/persons.
  • “FOLSI Scholarship for Community Service” for young people.
  • Providing funding and scholarships for young people who are from financially disadvantaged backgrounds to study at their respective educational institution
  • Provision of on-line English tutorials for school years 7 – 10 to assist students who cannot afford tutorials and are struggling at school.

Joshie’s Hub

  •  Providing a free service to assist children with a physical or intellectual disability to be able to learn life skills to participate in work.
  • Providing a sensory petting farm to assist children with disability in speech and sensory development.
  • Arranging opportunities for children with a physical or intellectual disability to interact with other children and have the same life experiences as children who do not have a physical or mental disability
  • Sensory petting farm for children with disability.
  • Centre of life skills learning for children with Autism.
  • Speech therapy services to assist children with learning and speech disability through the sense of touch.
  • Trade centre to equip children with disability to hold meaning full work placements in the community such as gardening services, and learn basic life skills, such as cooking.

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Manna Kitchen

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Enable homeless and disadvantaged families to have training and access to nutritious meals in their journey to independence.

Manna Kitchen is a community kitchen that provides food to the homeless and disadvantaged families in the community. Run by volunteers, it is a forum for members of the community receiving FOLSI services to contribute their own knowledge and experiences to the betterment of others. Manna Kitchen will also be a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) offering accredited training in hospitality and lifestyle management.


  •  Operating a soup and community kitchen for homeless and disadvantaged families in Australia, particularly in the Shire of Kalamunda and City of Perth, Western Australia.
  • Primarily run as a soup kitchen with free meals to the homeless and disadvantaged families/persons.
  • Run every day during the week with the assistance of volunteers and those who avail of the services at The Sanctuary.
  • Will be open for business during visiting hours to cater to attendees at Joshie’s Hub, Eden Community Garden and during educational conferences/seminars.
  • Apprenticeship training for those who are unemployed and from homeless and disadvantaged families.