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.
- Baby clothes
- Baby blankets
- Text books
- Sewing materials & equipment
- Computers – laptops/desktops
- A mini bus for transport to and from programs
To donate please contact:
- 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:
Accepts: furniture, clothing and household items.
Accepts: all goods except for large white-goods.
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.
Accepts: furniture and accessories (jewellery, shoes, bags, hats, scarves, ties and belts).
Accepts: quality food items.
Accepts: household items, clothes, art and furniture.
All donations go towards Mount Scopus College.
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.
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).
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.