18 - 24 March 2024
Celebrate What Unites Us
Here in Australia, everyone deserves a seat at the table.
Host a Feast For Freedom this March and you’ll raise funds for the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre to provide food, shelter and health services for over 7,000 people seeking asylum who need support settling into Australia every year.
Register as a Feast for Freedom Host today and you’ll receive a host kit full of recipes gifted by refugees – so you can plan your Feast, and create a meal that makes a difference.
Hot Meals Provided
How to Feast
1. Register to Host
Sign up to become a Feast for Freedom Host and kickstart your fundraising with a self-donation.
2. Receive your Host Kit & meet our Cooks
Discover the recipes gifted to you by Harchana and Reveka and learn more about their stories.
3. Start fundraising & plan your Feast
Start planning your menu, invite your guests and get fundraising by sharing the impact of their support.
4. Hold your Feast for Freedom.
Hold your Feast, raise funds for people seeking asylum, and celebrate what unites us.
Where to Host
Host at home
Come together with friends and family at your own Feast for Freedom. It can be at home, outdoors in a park, or even go virtual.
Host at work
Take your colleagues on a culinary journey, discovering new foods, cultures and traditions – it’s a team meal that makes a difference.
Host with your community
You can host a Feast as part of your community group, whether it be a church group, school group, neighbourhood community and more.
Host at a hospitality venue
If you own or work at a hospitality venue, you can take part in Feast for Freedom. Whether you’re able to host a ticketed event, dedicate a portion of sales to donate or offer an exclusive item for the day - you can partake and know you’ve made a difference.
can help provide over 300 community meals so people seeking asylum can share a meal in a welcoming environment
can help contribute to crisis accommodation for a family seeking asylum for one week
can help feed a family for 5 months, ensuring they have fresh fruit and vegetables and culturally familiar foods