Keep your neighbours warm and connected during Covid-19.

Multicultural NSW Winter Warmer Hamper
Two volunteers handing out Winter Warmer Hampers
Stacked pile of hampers

Our Sydney Neighbours Need Your Help

COVID-19 has changed millions of Australian's lives. Sadly, as a result many of our neighbours have been struggling with declining mental health and wellbeing. That's where our Winter Warmer Hamper comes in.

Who are we helping and how will we do it?

Continuing our mission in supporting the most vulnerable, Good Neighbors Australia intends to use secured funding from Multicultural NSW to deliver hampers containing essential food and hygiene items to the Burmese community in Sydney.

On top of the pandemic, they also have increasing concerns over the current political situation in Myanmar.   

To help our neighbours, the Winter Warmer Hamper's aim this year is to ease the mental stress of the Burmese-Australian community.

What's more, on the day of distribution we will also be hosting a lunch for the community to come together under a safe space and connect with each other. We hope to reduce their loneliness and social isolation, while enhancing the sense of belonging during this challenging time.

Supported By

Winter Warmer Hamper 2020 Review

Last winter in 2020, we were fortunate enough to be granted funding by Multicultural NSW, where we launched our first Winter Warmer Hamper campaign. We distributed food and hygiene hampers to over 100 recipients.

We collaborated with reliable partner organisations: WASH House and the Khmer Community. Both organisations are registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). 

WASH House is another local non-profit organisation. They are a women’s community resource centre based in Blacktown, Sydney. Out of respect to the sensitivities the communities may face, Good Neighbors Australia delegated the distribution of the hampers to WASH House while our team collaborated with the community leaders of the Khmer community in New South Wales to deliver the rest of the hampers.


Staff and recipient holding hamper together
Volunteer with five hampers
Khmer leader, volunteers and staff standing with hampers

Our Covid-19 Support Results

I should mention though that they were very warmly received and our clients were very grateful!

Jane Attard-Taylor
Operation Coordinator WASH House

For further information on the outcomes of the project, you can read the full report below.

Winter Warmer Hamper Report 2020

What You Need To Know About Us

The organisation you can trust

Good Neighbors Australia is a registered charity with Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC), the national regulator of charities.

100% tax-deductible donations

We are granted Deductible Gift Recipient status by the Australian Taxation Office. As long as the amount is $2 or more, you can claim your donation in full on your tax return. 

30 years of history

We are relatively young in Australia, but Good Neighbors as a whole has 30 years of history in advocating the rights of the most vulnerable in 45 nations across the globe.