Discover Melbourne with Viva a Vida


Discover Melbourne with Viva a Vida

Viva a Vida has just launched a new program aimed at the well-being and quality of life of our community and Melbourne residents. People from 55 years of age can sign up and get to know the main landmarks and sights of the city for free. The first tour will be at the Shine of Remembrance , a memorial to military personnel who served in wars and worked in peacekeeping operations. Dates and information on how to apply will be released soon. Stay tuned on our social networks.


Volunteers, the workforce for good

Viva a Vida, can be proud that has made a difference in the lives of many people. Food donation, support for international students, legal guidance, support for pregnant women, among many other achievements. But without volunteers, we are sure that none of this would have been possible. They are what make our goals come true. Financial aid, lending your time, offering knowledge, among other ways to support us. All help is welcome and fills a link in the chain that brings the good to thousands of people.

If you want to become a volunteer contact us. Come and help us to build a stronger and more united community.

Food donations continues

Viva a Vida carry on to ensure that there is no shortage of food on the table for those in need, regardless of nationality. That is why donations of food to the necessary people and families do not stop, but now every fortnight. More than 800 basic food baskets have been donated so far. To find out when and how to get your donations, be part of our whatsapp help group.

Viva a Vida launches new community support programs

Viva a Vida started 2021 bringing great news. Our new support programs are about to begin.

The first one is calling “Adopt a student”. Families can help and smooth the way for international students offering whatever they can, such as,  emotional support, presentation and help with Australian habits and customs and even a home to the student go for Christmas, a table to sit for Sunday lunch, etc. There are rules. Each family can offer what they want and what they think is important.

“Dream Team” is the other program that Viva a Vida is launching. Through this program, people can offer support to families that have infants like donations of clothes and items, babysitting services, tips for new moms and dads. Even other forms of help are welcome as grocery shopping for family, cooking the food for the week, cleaning the house and everything to ease the routine of someone who has just had a baby.

To be part of the new programs, whether you are a beneficiary or a volunteer, contact us through our website.

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