winter warmer hamper appeal
We are all here to help
Our neighbours need your help more than ever
Coronavirus has changed millions of Australians’ lives. Sadly, many of our friends and neighbours are struggling during this challenging time.
Among us, there are forgotten people facing the terrible reality of not having enough to eat, or being homeless. In particular, many culturally and linguistically-diverse communities have missed out on community support due to their ineligibility, language barriers or limited access to information.
Continuing our mission in supporting the vulnerable, Good Neighbors Australia intends to provide food hampers to these groups within the greater Sydney area soon.
We are working towards more inclusivity in our local communities by reaching out to neglected and at-risk communities.
Will you help those facing the most urgent need?
donate a hot water bottle for $10
Your $10 donation would mean the world to a fellow Australian.
With the support of the NSW State Government, Good Neighbors Australia has prepared 100 hampers to reach out to neglected and at-risk communities in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Your donation means that we can also provide hot water bottles and essential winter items for your neighbours throughout the chilly Australian winter.
Please help us to reach out to our neighbours in hardship.
WE ARE ALL HERE TO HELP
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 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 44 nations across the globe.
We are continuing our efforts to help those in need
In April and May, Good Neighbors Australia distributed over five hundred Care Kit boxes to the Sydney community.