The Exodus Foundation story began in 1986, when Reverend Bill Crews was ordained as minister of the Ashfield Uniting Church Parish Mission.
Seeing a desperate need for a support service for homeless and at-risk people in the Inner-West of Sydney, Rev. Bill opened the doors to the Church to offer shelter and food.
1989 saw the establishment of the famous Loaves & Fishes Free Restaurant.
In 1996, The Foundation began its first Ashfield based Literacy Tutorial Centre program for needy children. This was followed about a decade later by a similar Literacy Centre in Redfern, primarily for needy Aboriginal children.
In 2009 The Exodus Foundation began operating a night food van to provide hot meals to the homeless who live in Sydney’s CBD.
Exodus provides a multitude of Social Health and Wellbeing services for the disadvantaged as well as a Crisis Intervention program.
The Exodus Foundation is a registered charity which relies on the generous support of people like you to provide a safety net to those who need it most.
Click here to visit The Exodus Foundation website.