A not-for-profit health centre in Fremantle needs your donations to help the homeless this Winter.
Donations of new men's and women's underwear, socks and gloves are urgently requested
This much-loved not-for-profit independent health centre in Fremantle provides primary health, mental health and disability services to the local community.
Winter has well and truly set in across Western Australia, and homeless people are particularly vulnerable. To help those sleeping rough to stay warm, comfortable, hygienic and safe, this organisation is requesting donations of new clothing items for our friends living on the streets.
You can click here to see the list of what's requested by the organisation. They're in need of the following items (new only please):
- Men's underwear (small or medium sizes)
- Women's underwear (small or medium sizes)
- Men's socks (all sizes
- Women's socks (all sizes)
- Kmart vouchers to purchase above items
You can also use the 'FUND' button to donate the money required to purchase the items - a $5 donation will buy a pair of socks, and a $10 donation will purchase gloves or underwear for someone sleeping on the street.
This lady looks after many Aboriginal families in Perth and in Aboriginal communities.
Fresh undies and new clothes make them feel happy, and there's nothing as nice as having a shower and having fresh new jocks or pants. It completely changes their mood.
100% of the money received by GIVIT for this project will be used to purchase warm clothing items for people sleeping rough in Fremantle near Perth. To donate, simply use the 'FUND' button on the item request page. A $50 donation will buy 10 pairs of socks, or five pairs of gloves or undies for someone experiencing homelessness, so please dig deep.
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