We have secured financial support from Community Centres SA, Port Adelaide Enfield Council and Stockland Group to get us over the last few months without any income.
Due to covid restrictions there will be a limit to how many customers will be allowed to get emergency food relief. We would prefer clients to ring and make an appointment by calling us 82662780 from Monday.
The Op shop will be open, but there will limitations to 4 in the shop at one time. We have social distancing rules in place and hand sanitiser available. We are also transitioning to winter clothing which may take some time. Thank you for your patience and support.
We may be able to take donations, but furniture and larger items may take some time as we have very little room available. Shelf stable food donations are most welcome and cash donations can be made in person or through the donations page on this website.
How Does the Organisation Run?
The North East Community Assistance Project Inc is an Incorporated not-for-profit organisation that must comply with the Associations Incorporation Act 1985.
A Board of Management is elected on an annual basis by financial members to run the organisation as required under the above Act.
To run the administration side of the organisation, we must basically support ourselves. Income is mainly from membership fees, donations and sales from our OP Shop
NECAP operates because of volunteer workers who contribute their time. If you feel that you have more to contribute than voluntary work in our organisation, you may consider a position on the Board of Management
This will involve being
- A financial member (approximately $10 per annum)
- Being elected to a position by the financial members at the Annual General Meeting
NECAP Video Introduction