Welcome to The Crossing Drop In Centre, Drouin

COVID-19 2020- UNDER STAGE 2 September-NOW OPEN MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS & FRIDAYS 10AM-3PM

FOOD RELIEF & TAKEAWAY FROZEN 2 COURSE MEALS AVAILABLE FOR $5

IN HOUSE CAFE DRINKS/ SNACKS/ MEALS BUT NO MORE THAN 10 CUSTOMERS INCLUDING SOCIAL DISTANCING

God Bless you all -remain safe and respect restrictions put in place including wearing masks, sanitising hands on entry and documenting name/phone number

.The Crossing Drop in Centre is a non-profit incorporated body run by a Committee of Management. This committee consists of ten members representing the churches of the township of Drouin in regional Victoria. We are staffed entirely by Volunteers. To apply to become a volunteer please see our Vision statement and application form for details.

PLEASE NOTE : we are not an Opp Shop or emergency accomodation /assistance provider. Whilst we give out donations of food and basic sanitary supplies to those in need by arrangement, we do not have the facilities/staff/funding to provide support in criticial situations. Please contact local social service organisations when in urgent need. Some contact details are available on our food/drinks page tab.

134a Princes Way, Drouin 3818 (next to the Drouin Library) or mail to P.O.Box 11 Drouin 3818 Phone: 03 5625 2655

OPEN MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY 10AM-4PM and SATURDAYS 9.30AM-12.30PM

NOT OPEN TUESDAYS EXCEPT FOR STUDY PROGRAMS AS ADVERTISED IN THE EVENTS PAGE

Note: we reserve the right to close for public holidays and seasonal holidays or if we are understaffed.

Wed/Thurs community lunches recommence in Feb each year or when circumstances permit

Contact us:  email The Crossing

WE THANK OUR MANY SPONSORS INCLUDING

Drouin Rotary Club, Drouin & District Lions Club and Drouin Leos at Drouin Secondary College, The West Gippsland Inner Wheel Group, Drouin & District Apex Club, the Drouin Country Women's Association and Share The Dignity, Drouin & District Community Bank, Second Bite and BBCC Food Relief among the many other groups, local churches and individuals who regularly provide ongoing support of our emergency food relief and support program