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St Kilda Esplanade Market Charity Guidelines

The St Kilda Esplanade Market endeavours to support charitable and not for profit organisations, by providing fundraising areas for collections (at no charge). St Kilda Esplanade Market Authority will consider requests by charitable organisations on a case by case basis for special occasion and adhoc bookings.

Access to the market for charitable organisations will be offered, subject to:

  • Alignment with St Kilda Esplanade Market brand and values
  • Agreed market trading terms and conditions
  • Agreed charity collection stall within the Market
  • Collections limited to one charitable collection day per week

Bookings will be considered for approval on:

  • A case by case scenario
  • Special occasions considered relevant to our Market community (ie badge days, awareness raising)

Bookings may not be approved:

  • On a periodic basis or repeat basis
  • For signature collecting for petition purposes
  • For political or religious causes
  • For raffle ticket selling
  • For sales of any products

Please send the following details to esplanademarket@portphillip.vic.gov.au.

  • Contact name
  • Charity/non for profit name
  • Charity/non for profit registration number
  • Contact email
  • Contact mobile number
  • Charity/ non for profit registered address
  • Description of charity and reasons for requesting a stall space at the Esplanade Market
  • Marquee size

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St Kilda Esplanade Market Charity/Community Group Guidelines for Sausage Sizzles

The St Kilda Esplanade Market endeavours to support charitable and not for profit organisations, by providing fundraising areas for collections (at no charge). St Kilda Esplanade Market Authority will consider requests by charitable organisations on a case by case basis for special occasion and adhoc bookings.

Registration information for community groups

Many community groups in Victoria hold sausage sizzles to raise funds for their group or to donate to charity. To sell food to the public in Victoria, your sausage sizzle stall or trailer will require a Food Act registration from a municipal council, and a Statement of Trade needs to be lodged with the council in whose area you will be trading. This fact sheet will provide you with information on how to register, which council to register with, and how to lodge a Statement of Trade.

The definition of sausage sizzle in Victoria is: sausages that are cooked and served immediately, with or without onions cooked at the same time, and bread and sauce.

This also covers things like canned soft drinks and wrapped chocolates.

If you are planning to do other foods, such as bacon and eggs, hamburgers, salads or vegetarian patties this guide will not apply to you.

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