4,000m² Furniture Donation Reaching Charities in Need

We’re thrilled to announce that the integrated industrial property development and management company, Goodman Group, and hardware distribution company, Dicker Data, have donated assorted office furniture and goods from 4,000m² of office space in Banksmeadow, Sydney, to Not for Profits during December.

The donation includes a range of as-new office necessities that will save charities money while strengthening their everyday operations, so they can spend more time serving their community:

  • Desks and executive tables
  • Office chairs
  • Photocopiers
  • Printers
  • Shredders
  • Fax machines
  • Whiteboards
  • Draw consoles

… and much more!

Due to a move to new offices, Dicker Data contacted Good360 to redistribute all their office goods which would otherwise have gone to landfill. Now it will get a new lease on life in the hands of our registered Not for Profits!

Charities who are already on board to receive furniture include the Aboriginal Dance Theatre Redfern, Manning Valley Respite Care, Community Connections, Goodstart Early Learning, Odyssey House, Hurstville Community Food Services, Community Care Padstow, The Potter’s House Christian Church in Blacktown and St. Mary’s, Punchbowl Baptist Church, Whitelion, and Parramatta Mission.

This goes to show the impact that just one company’s product donation can have for many local heroes!

Moving service Two Men and a Truck is also pitching in to help with one free delivery to Canberra charities. Karralika Programs, St Benedict’s Community Centre, UnitingCare Kippax and Companion House will be receiving much-needed furniture deliveries in December.

Alison Covington, our Managing Director, had a few words on this exciting donation:

Are you a Not for Profit reading this and thinking “I could use some of that too”? We’ve still got plenty of the Dicker Data donation to give away!

Simply become one of our registered charities for the low price of $250 + GST, an investment which pays off quickly with our amazing benefits:

one year subscription to our online GivingPlace which goes live in 2015, your one-stop solution for free corporate product
A complimentary box of stationery from 3M, valued up to $250
First access to upcoming and time-sensitive product donations

If you’re already a registered charity and want furniture, simply shoot an email to contact@good360.org.au!

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