4 Million Items Matched!

We are incredibly excited to share that we have hit a huge milestone this week, in our goal to help as many people in need as possible. Since July 2021, Good360 has distributed over 4 Million essential items to COVID impacted communities. That’s 4,000,000 items to Australian’s in need in less than 4 months! As a part of our COVID disaster relief program we have matched these items, consisting of PPE including masks, hand sanitiser, cleaning supplies and other essential goods, to over 700 charities and schools Australia-wide.

COVID-19 does not discriminate, and now as each state begins to open up there, is an increased risk to our most vulnerable communities. Now it’s more important than ever to protect people at risk and provide access to essential items. Areas with essential workers, diversity of ethnicities and language plus lower socio-economic groups are amongst some of the hardest hit. So while 4 Million items matches is no mean feat, the team at Good360 will keep working with our donors, partners and members to continue to keep as many Australian’s safe as we can.

The work we do at Good360 would not be possible without the support of all of our incredible partners and donors, with a special thank you going to Goodman, for their ongoing and unwavering support. If you would like support us as we continue to support Australian’s in need, you can donate to the Good360 COVID Appeal.

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