Canberra Airport is supporting Good360 during the bushfire recovery period.
Good360 partners with Australian businesses to manage and coordinate the delivery of donated non-food items to people affected by the bushfire crisis.
Good360 will collect and distribute brand new donated goods to charities and schools in fire-affected areas all across Australia across the coming days, weeks and months. Donated items include clothing, homewares, cleaning and personal care products, furniture, hardware, stationery and toys.
Good360 is a matchmaker helping to connect brand new goods of businesses with Australians in need throughout all stages of disaster recovery. They are there in the early days with personal care items, supplies for shelters and evacuation centres and cleaning/mucking out products and are there long after the media spotlight has dimmed months and years later with furniture, mattresses, home goods and other necessities to help impacted communities through the recovery journey.
Founder and Managing Director of Good360, Alison Covington, said this is about providing a central distribution point that will match the right goods with the right communities, at the right time.
“Australians are extremely generous in times of crisis, but a huge number of items donated are often discarded or incorrectly distributed. With the likes of Foodbank effectively managing the donation and distribution of food donations, Good360 has stepped up as the central body to effectively facilitate non-food donations. Thousands of Australians have been affected by the fires ravaging our country with many surviving with little more than the clothes on their back. Good360’s mission is to connect the generosity of Australian businesses with the needs of communities.”
Businesses wishing to donate brand new goods should visit Good360 .
Individuals and companies looking to offer their support are encouraged to make financial donations to Good360.
These donations will assist in covering the cost of managing the coordination of matching the need of communities, with retailers who have the goods.
DONATE NOW to suport Good360’s bushfire disaster and recovery appeal.