A resilient response to Disaster
Recovery

Good360 helps get the right goods, to the right people, at the right time throughout all stages of a disaster providing hope and dignity to communities adversely impacted.

Australia has experienced back-to-back disasters over the last two years and people who would not normally ask for help are now part of a new vulnerable community – the need is greater than ever before and demand is expected to continue to grow.

Good360’s approach to Disaster Recovery is strategic and sustainable providing a resilient response throughout all stages of a disaster. We use a coordinated and collaborative process partnering with over 300 Australian businesses to provide the right goods where and when they are needed the most. We’ll be there in the early days with personal care items, clothing, hygiene and PPE goods and we’ll be there for the long term when the media spotlight has dimmed, months and years after the event with goods to help rebuild lives including furniture and homewares.

Good360 is a matchmaker, connecting brand-new goods donated by businesses to people and communities who need them the most.

We are currently assisting in the following areas:

Support Good360s Disaster Recovery response

Good360’s approach to Disaster Recovery is strategic and sustainable. We use a coordinated and collaborative approach, to deliver what’s needed at each stage of disaster recovery.

If you are an individual or corporate, you can help us to support charities through crisis by donating money, which allows us to get the right goods, to the right people, at the right time through times of disaster.

Our approach to Disaster Recovery

Good360 focuses on a six stage disaster recovery framework for giving funds, goods and volunteer time during disasters: preparedness, response, recover, rebuild, refurnish and relive. Learn more about our resilient response framework here.

1. Preparedness

Being prepared in advance helps mitigate the impact of a disaster on communities.

2. Response

In the immediate aftermath, the greatest concern is for the protection of life and property. 

3. Recover

This phase focuses on cleaning up and fixing the damage brought on by the disaster.

4. Rebuild

As survivors move beyond the recover phase, focus shifts to rebuilding homes and businesses etc.

5. Refurnish

This phase focuses on cleaning up and fixing the damage brought on by the disaster.

6. Relive

While this is the recovery stage, survivors may still need items to help them get back to life as normal.

Since January 2020, Good360 has connected 12,543,063 requested items to disaster affected communities.
Total value $88.16M (RRP)

1,887,126

Clothing & Underwear

688,084

Furniture & Kitchenware

840,002

School Supplies

513,989

Cleaning Supplies

6,968,814

Toiletries, Health & Beauty

1,548,943

Toys & Entertainment

88,605

Bed &
Bath

7,500

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Good360 Disaster Recovery impact @20.01.2022

Please tell us what goods you need for your community

High Demand

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Flood Affected

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COVID-19 Affected

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Bushfire Affected

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Thank you to our incredible supporters

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Past Campaigns

Since we began, Good360 has collaborated with businesses and Not for Profits to deliver goods to rural farming communities across Queensland and NSW that were doing it tough with floods and drought. 

There are many stages in the lifecycle of a disaster – the last one being the long-term return to everyday life. With the expense, trauma and disruption that comes from dealing with a disaster, many families need assistance with items that help them in the comfort of everyday life for a long period after the first responders have left and rebuild has occurred. 

Good360 is there to provide relief during these times with everyday items like school supplies, work and school clothes, toys, crockery, games and shoes as well as special items like Christmas and birthday presents.

Drought Disaster Recovery collaboration with Goodman, DHL & Rural Aid

Good360 partnered with Goodman Foundation and DHL to donate and deliver over $1 million of household goods, clothing and toys, to those communities affected by the severe drought in rural Australia. 2018

Drought Disaster Recovery collaboration with RAS Foundation and Royal Agricultural Society NSW

Good360 are very proud of our collaboration with RAS Foundation and Royal Agricultural Society NSW to help rural communities doing it tough with the drought. 2019

Flood Disaster Recovery collaboration with Drought Angels & DHL

Good360 and DHL partnered to deliver over $600,000 worth of brand new goods including clothing, shoes, toys, nappies and kitchenware to Drought Angels in Queensland to support communities affected by flood.