Addison Road Community Centre will now be partnering weekly with Street Side Medics, which is a GP led mobile clinic providing medical care for acutely disadvantaged people. This service will be the first of its kind operating in the Inner West, and provides a vital point of call for those in our local community who are unable to access primary health care for a number of different reasons. The partnership will launch on Wednesday 31st May, and accompanies the expansion of the Addi Road Food Pantry's opening hours on Wednesdays from 4pm to 7pm. The launch will be catered by the fantastic Turbans 4 Australia, and include entertainment and engaging speakers. I want to recognise the work already done by Addison Road Community Centre, as I have spoken about many times in this House, and further recognise the critical importance of their upcoming partnership with Side Street Medics. Providing food and healthcare to the most vulnerable in our community is incredibly important work, and I thank Addi Road and Side Street Medics for their commitment to our local community.