On bare numbers alone, the work that Albury Wodonga Regional FoodShare does is quite extraordinary.
This vital cog in our community provides the equivalent of an estimated 1.3 million meals a year.
That is through more than 210 agencies and schools, spread across nine local government areas on both sides of the border.
And of those 210, about 150 approach FoodShare every single week.
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It is a mammoth undertaking, making even more clear just how vital the organisation is within the wider Border region.
There is no doubt that having a stable home from which to conduct such a significant and important role has played a major part in FoodShare's success.
But there is nothing "last minute" about the group's approach to moving elsewhere, which could happen next January.
It has only just hosted a morning tea to try to attract potential sponsors for this significant step, with a fundraising dinner to be held next month.
The long-term goal is to build its own warehouse, but in the meantime the task is to find somewhere else to rent, possibly in a sponsored deal.
The work done by one of its recipients, St Stephen's Wodonga, emphasises just why FoodShare should attract the support from across the community.
St Stephen's daily work involves helping with emergency food relief including, as casual relief co-ordinator Dennis Martin explains, parents of young children, those on disability support pensions and the homeless.
"Our job isn't necessarily just to give them food, we're trying to help them get out of the situation that they're in."
We would urge any individual or organisation on the Border who can, even in a small way, help FoodShare in its quest to find a new home for early next year to come forward