COA's Kosher meals service and activity center are both partially funded by the Department of Health

COA has been a member of JCA for over 10 years, and in 2019 COA requested its first allocation of funds to support Sydney's only Kosher meals on wheels 

in 2019 COA entered into a partnership with Oz Harvest to provide fresh fruit and vegetables to our meal recipients, and for use in making lunches at the COA Krygier Center

Kosher meals delivered to Holocaust Survivors are subsidised by annual funding from the Claims Conference

This tick shows we are a registered charity with ACNC the governing body for all charities in Australia, and report to them annually

COA has started working with Food bank to provide low cost or no cost items for the COA center and on behalf of clients

Our local members have helped us to find funding for improvements to our building through Community Builders Partnership grants


We have many members in common, and hold special events such as our annual ABC Community Art Show together. We have also been the recipient of funds from the B'nai B'rith Bargain Bazaar

Good360 is a matchmaker, helping to re-purpose brand new products by directing them to the Australians and organisations who need  them most. 

Harris Farm Markets generously provides fresh fruit and vegetables every day during the COVID crisis so COA can deliver weekly fresh produce boxes to over 500 people 

This small business are donating regular gifts of frozen fruit to add to food parcels for people who are housebound

During the COVID crisis these   suppliers provided regular gifts of  toilet paper to those receiving weekly fresh produce boxes

We have been regular recipients of small grants from Waverley Council and often use their resources for COA major events

COA is the recipient of weekly donations of bread, bagels, kugel, and challah, which is  delivered to kosher meal recipients and Nursing Homes involved in the Hannah Meyer Project

For providing items towards our free weekly deliveries of fruit and vegetables

We have been able to run annual programs, such as out Thursday outing with the help of small grants from Woollahra Council

Reckitt Benckiser are the people behind Glen-20    and Dettol. They provided bottles of both to all our Kosher Meals on Wheels recipients

When we need volunteers at major events to help serve, set up, clean up, or even dance with members we ask the amazing young volunteers of Kids Giving back who provide willing help and an intergenerational aspect to our events

Every year we partner to provide festival parcels, and shofar blowing at high holidays for the Hannah Meyer Project, connecting with Jewish residents in   non-denominational aged care facilities.

The Board of Jewish Education were the first group to recruit volunteers to help with delivering COA food services during the COVID crisis

Annually at Purim and Sukkot the children and madrichim of JEM's visit COA to provide festival celebration to our members

We are proud to be part of the NSW MOW association who provide advise and support to COA when needed

In 2019 WIZO and COA devised a new monthly gathering our center called the Schmooze Room with morning tea, a speaker of interest. 

The Bondi Lions Club has provided COA with small grants and helped purchase  our mini buses, providing transport to frail aged clients

Wolper Jewish Hospital have been supporters of COA from its very beginning, and continue to grant us occasional funding for special projects through the Wolper Foundation

JNF and COA partner to provide an annual Channukah Luncheon Concert.

Masons Lodge Mark Owen through MasoniCare provided funds to help purchase one of our mini buses, providing transport to frail aged clients

COA is governed at a community level by the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies and works within their guidelines

Hatzolah emergency services carries Shabbat bags made by COA for those going to hospital on Shabbat

The Burger Centre has provided extra staff for COA during the COVID crisis and shares many clients with us

All meals provided by COA fall under the  auspices of and adhere to the rulings of the Kashrut Authority

COA partners with Club 50 annually to provide a seniors dance, and with the disability services to provide a challah bake for the Shabbat Project