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Good Neighbour #2: Roneel Kamiya

Interview with Our Good NeighboursGood Neighbour #2: Roneel Kamiya Welcome to Interviews with our Good Neighbours, where we will feature stories from our volunteers, donors and staff of Good Neighbors Australia to share the philanthropic spirit and give you a little peek into what goes on behind-the-scenes. This week, our spotlight is on Roneel Kamiya,


Giving back to the community with Nongshim

Giving back to the community with Nongshim Australian community support campaignInstant noodles are a comfort food to many. It’s cheap, easy to prepare, and tastes absolutely scrumptious. In times like this, home foods can definitely take our minds off the economy and COVID-19 situation. In a sense, instant ramen was our hero–no doubt it has been


Our Response to COVID-19

Our response to the COVID-19 Pandemic For around 30 years, Good Neighbors has served its mission to make good changes for the world. In this time of crisis, there is no exception for our neighbours in Australia.  About a month ago, Good Neighbors Australia launched a domestic project to support our neighbours in need. This is


Charity Begins at Home

Charity begins at home Australian community support campaignWe are currently still in the midst of social distancing, and most of us are restricted to staying in our home. But though the majority of us are wallowing in boredom, there are those that are not as fortunate. Single parents, socially isolated elderly, refugee groups, and temporary visa


COVID-19 in the Islands

Combating COVID-19 in Another Part of the WorldCOVID-19—the mere mention of this infamous virus elicits unwarranted responses of unease. With the first reported signs of the coronavirus dating all the way back to November 2019, no one could have guessed that five months later it would have spread across the world and caused absolute mayhem.


K-pop fandom Aroha donation to those in need

K-pop fandom Aroha supporting the communities in need The bushfires in Australia. The volcanic eruption in Indonesia. And most recently, the worldwide spread of coronavirus. This year has kicked off with a startling amount of devestations, and community support is more crucial than ever. Here at Good Neighbors Australia however, we are fortunate to have been