Wish List

We do not accept material aid donations unless there is a specific need identified by the communities we work with. Our programs approach is to support communities we work with by offering the skills and networks for them to become self-sustainable. 

REFUGEE SUPPORRT

    • Baby clothes
    • Baby blankets
    • Nappies
    • Cots
    • Stationery
    • Text books
    • Sewing materials & equipment
    • Computers – laptops/desktops
    • A mini bus for transport to and from programs

To donate please contact:

Melbourne: Lisa

Sydney: Kerry

INDIGENOUS PARTNERSHIPS

    • Toys
    • Art & craft materials
    • Sports equipment

To donate please contact Kez

Do you have an item to donate that is not on our wish list?

Below are some great organisations that accept material aid:

AUSTRALIA-WIDE ORGANISATIONS

St Vincent De Paul Society

Accepts: furniture, clothing and household items.

Mission Australia

Accepts: all goods except for large white-goods.

MELBOURNE-BASED ORGANISATIONS

Asylum Seeker Resource Centre

Accepts: food, kitchenware, international calling cards, mobile phones, new underwear & socks and baby wipes

Does not accept:  furniture, clothing, household items, printers, white-goods and electrical items.

Prahran Mission

Accepts: furniture and accessories (jewellery, shoes, bags, hats, scarves, ties and belts).

Fareshare

Accepts: quality food items.

Posh Opp Shoppe

Accepts: household items, clothes, art and furniture.

The Scope Shop

All donations go towards Mount Scopus College.

SYDNEY-BASED ORGANISATIONS

House of welcome 

Accepts: food, toiletries, household items (lightbulbs, towels, dishcloths etc), toys, books, clothes and mobile phones.

Does not accept: household electrical items, large white goods, or any damaged clothes, toys or bedding.

Clothes Line

Provides good quality clothing and other essential items, free of charge, to the homeless and disadvantaged.

Accepts: clothing, blankets, bath towels and toiletries, (soap, shampoo, toothpaste and tooth brushes).

B’nai B’rith Bazaar

Collects donated unwanted clothing and kitchen / household wares from within the Jewish community and sells them as second-hand goods to raise money for charities across Australia.