giving this Christmas
joy to Australians in need the antidote,
to 'Christmas getting'.
to turn 3-5 year old computers into tools
A proven track record in Disaster Recovery
Since March 2020, Good360 has connected over 15 million items to disaster affected Australians. This includes nearly 800,000 requested goods (valued at over $10M RRP) specifically to flood affected communities in New South Wales and Queensland since February 2022. We have a network of 1,368, charity and disadvantaged school members currently in flood impacted areas, who are ready to connect goods to locals in their community who have lost everything.
Good360 is a connector
At Good360 we are connectors. We connect charities, schools and society’s most vulnerable with businesses willing to donate unsold or surplus goods, services and disaster recovery essentials. Our mission is to ensure the excess goods and services businesses produce every year flow to people in need rather than going to waste.
The result is a Circle of Good that reduces need and waste in our communities at the same time so everyone benefits – from people to the planet.
But what does that mean in real terms?
Worth of goods donated by businesses (RRP value)
New items connected
to people in need
Impact created to 31 October 2022
Good360: matching surplus with need
Helping other Not for Profits & disadvantaged schools save time and budget by getting brand new goods they need for their programs.
Direct to Australians in need
Products matched help restore dignity and hope to people in need.
Give the goods
Get the goods you need
Not for Profits and disadvantaged schools register for a free Good360 membership & then order goods they need.
24/7 online access
Where do all the good things go?
Good360 Australia has thousands of stories, that demonstrate the impact receiving NEW GOODS HAS TO CHANGE LIVES!
We invite you to read the stories of individuals, families and communities whose lives have been impacted through the tireless dedication and kindness of our network of over 3,000 Not for Profits and schools, and the generosity of the businesses who donated these goods.