About Us

About Northpoint
Since 2002

We provide food services as well as other community programs

Our History
We provide emergency and ongoing food relief to individuals and families who are doing it tough – no matter what their religion, background or personal situation. We do this in a caring and compassionate way that enables members of our community to enjoy a higher standard of living than would otherwise be possible.
Northpoint Centre was established in 2002 by Pastor Loren Pratt and in September 2009 Northpoint Centre purchased the Tullamarine distribution centre where we provide our core food services as well as our other community programs.
We are indeed fortunate to be supported by amazing volunteers of all ages and background who provide their time and expertise to our organisation so that we can have the capacity to support people in our community who are going through difficult times.

Our Values

  • Commuinity
  • Compassion
  • Respect

These are the core values that our organisation holds close to our hearts


Our Partners

Northpoint Centre truly values our partners, for without them the job of feeding people would not be possible. We are proud that our partners have been with us for so many years. Thank You !

Our Volunteers

Our volunteers are amazing people. Humble in spirit and generous of their time, we are blessed to have a great volunteer army that never give up serving their community. Thank You !
Our other Community Programs
Long Table Dinners
Northpoint Centre provides a free multi-course dinner at Tullamarine and Melton. The food is supplied by us and cooked in our kitchen. We recently partnered with Second Chance, a charity that assists young people in attaining life and work skills. They help prepare, cook and serve delicious meals. It’s a place for those in our community who are socially isolated to have an fun evening out and make new relationships.
Community Food Hub
We rescue food from bakeries, supermarkets and local food distributors including Fare Share, Second Bite and Food bank. We make sure that there is enough to go around to help other charities, community organisations and schools so they can continue their important work in the community.
Back to Work
Northpoint Centre works closely with employment organisations to assist people get job ready. Through this program we provide eligible individuals with Food Handling courses and certificates, Working with Children Certificates and job references for prospective employers. We provide program participants with leadership skills, management skills, and work ethic that enable our program participants to gain meaningful employment. Our back to work program is open to all people of all ages and has been amazingly successful.