Help Good360 assist communities impacted by Floods

Every $5 donated helps us deliver $100 of new goods to people affected by floods in Australia

Why You Should Donate

On November 23 2021, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) officially declared that Australia was in a La Niña, a complex weather pattern that leads to higher rainfall along with more intense cyclones. The onset of La Niña has seen extreme weather events across the eastern sea board. And the most recent flooding has left thousands displaced.

Since March 2020, Good360 has connected more than 15.5 million items to disaster affected Australians. In this current flood emergency, we have delivered almost 600,000 requested goods (valued at over $8.05M RRP) specifically to flood affected communities since February 2022.

Good360 is a matchmaker, connecting brand-new goods donated by businesses to people and communities who need them the most. Good360 matches the right goods, to the right people, at the right time through all stages of disaster recovery, to help local communities recover and rebuild, providing hope and dignity.

Our 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.

How Good360 Works

When disaster strikes, Good360 are ready to reach out to our extensive network of business partners for purposeful donations of the brand-new items most needed for disaster affected communities.

Good360 matches the right goods to the right people when they are needed most, via our network of 3,000+ charities and disadvantaged schools. The Good360 model creates much greater impact than a business could have going direct to a single charity.

Our charity members then distribute these goods on the ground in their local communities. Charities and schools save time and money by getting the goods they need, when they need them most, allowing them to have a much greater impact in their communities.

The Six Stages of Disaster Recovery


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

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


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


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


As displaced families move back, they often need to replace most or all of their household goods. 


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

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Could provide 5 shelter kits for displaced people, with soap, a torch and other essentials ($100 per kit)
Could provide 4 children displaced by disaster with school supplies, games and toys ($250 per pack)
Could provide 4 families with hygiene products, nappies, underwear & new clothes ($500 value per family)
Could provide new furniture and electronics to furnish 2 new homes post disaster ($2,000 value)
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