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It Takes a Village

Matching non-food essentials at speed and scale is what we do at Good360, but sometimes a project happens so fast we surprise ourselves, as happened recently when the community of Moree needed our help. Early November, when most of NSW thought the worst of the recent COVID-19 outbreak was behind them, an outbreak occurred in …

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Good360 Spread the Christmas Cheer : Studio 10

Last Friday, November 19, the Studio 10 crew, including their roving reporter Daniel Doody, dropped by the Good360 ReDistribution Centre to talk all things Christmas giving and learn more about how Good360 are spreading joy and providing gifts and essential goods to Australians in need, this festive season. During the two live crosses, Daniel Doody …

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September Member Of The Month – Roundabout Canberra

Congratulations to Roundabout Canberra our Member of the Month.  Roundabout Canberra, serves young children, babies and families in the ACT, often supporting these families through difficult times where they may be experiencing financial hardship, violence, mental health concerns or suffering from a disability. Their work provides essential goods to ensure both children and families have the support they need during difficult times.

June Member of the Month – CORE Community Services

Diamond Women Support work to help the wellbeing of vulnerable women during pregnancy and as new parents. They offer counselling and education services for women while supporting them with their short term and long-term needs. Since partnering with Good360 they have been able to provide material aid to their clients as part of their services.

March Member of the Month – Ipswich Assist

Ipswich Assist Is Good360s Member of The Month for March 2021! Ipswich Assist helps people in the community experiencing crisis or who have found themselves homeless. They offer physical aid of goods and financial aid to help their clients when they need it most. Read our full interview with Melissa from Ipswich Assist below.