Individuals seeking assistance
To access donated support through GIVIT, you must first connect with a support organisation able to assess your needs.
To find support organisations in your area that are already registered to use GIVIT, please use the search fields below.
Support organisations working with GIVIT that require anonymity will not be listed here.
Active Refugee & Migrant Integration in Australia (ARMIA)
ARMIA aims to develop strategies and activities that will empower refugees and migrants to take their rightful, acknowledged and supported place in the Australian society, combat social isolation, especially in South East Queensland. ACTIVE REFUGEE AND MIGRANT INTEGRATION IN AUSTRALIA (ARMIA)
Sunnybank QLD 4109
Provides 30+ tonnes of food to persons in need per week
Provides housing for marginalised persons with mental health, disabilities and disengaged persons
Toowoomba QLD 4350
Adavale Lane Community Centre Incorporated
This organisation is a community Hall which is situated near Northparkes Mines in the Central West Region of NSW. The Hall is used for various meetings including Landcare, Northparkes Mines Neighbours meetings and the Rural Fire Service, which is in the process of building a shed to house the Coragery fire Truck on our premises. The hall is also used for social functions and gathers members from surrounding properties and the neighbouring towns of Parkes, Trundle, Bruie Plains and Peak Hill. Social Functions include gatherings for Xmas Parties, Camp Oven nights and BBQ's.
Goonumbla NSW 2870
Adelong Community Enterprises Inc.
Adelong NSW 2729
ADRA Australia (North Queensland, Northern Territory and Torres Strait Islands)
ADRA Australia seeks to address not only the symptoms of poverty, but the systems and structures that cause it. We work to inspire and collaborate with others to responsibly facilitate transformational community development and disaster relief projects in Australia. ADRA Australia works within a “Social Inclusion Framework” to achieve well-being and security for people on terms that are important to them. We ensure that all members of communities have the opportunity to participate in project activities without prejudice. We seek to build the capacity of our partners, projects and local churches to help them better serve their local communities and we seek to affirm the importance of environmental sustainability into our development program. We work across all states and territories of Australia, thanks to the support of thousands of ADRA volunteers. We exist to restore relationships so that people thrive in their communities.
Aitkenvale QLD 4814
ADRA Community Centre
Woodridge QLD 4114
ADRA Community Pantry Townsville
We operate every Friday from our church hall where clients on concession cards or those who are struggling financially can come and be registered and receive a food parcel consisting of basic pantry items, fresh produce as it is available and bread. As well as the Friday operation, we deliver food hampers to those unable to attend or who are in emergency situations. Each week we distribute between 80 and 100 boxes. Our food is sourced from a number of supermarkets, small businesses and Food Relief NQ. We rely heavily on donations of food and money as we receive only modest support from other sources. Although much of the food is donated, a significant amount is also purchased in order to keep a good balance of staples in the hampers. Since virus restrictions were enforced, our Friday operation has been changed. Now we pre-pack boxes and deliver to clients in the car park. This ensures minimal contact between clients and volunteers. We have 28 staff all of whom are volunteers.
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is the official humanitarian agency of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
ADRA Australia works as part of the global ADRA network. Through this network, our reach extends into more than 130 countries. We work with communities in Australia and overseas to help them to lift themselves out of poverty, creating a brighter future.
Wahroonga NSW 2076
Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia - Pine Rivers
ADRA Australia is part of the global “Adventist Development and Relief Agency” network. Through this network, we work to inspire and collaborate with others to responsibly facilitate transformational development and relief projects in Australia and overseas. Due to the current cost of living increases in utilities such as electricity, gas and petrol. It is becoming more difficult for many families to put food on the table. We believe that it is our duty as a Christian organisation to cater to the desperate needs of these families. ADRA Pine Rivers Is a branch of the “Adventist Development and Relief Agency”. We conduct a Food Parcels program which caters to the needs of these families by providing food parcels as well as sandwiches and hot drinks at the Seventh day Adventist Church Hall Dakabin.
Dakabin QLD 4503
Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia - WA
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is the only official humanitarian agency of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. ADRA Australia works as part of the global ADRA network, which extends into more than 120 countries. We exist to restore relationships so that people thrive in a
world not only created but also living in God’s image. We work to inspire and collaborate with others to responsibly facilitate transformational development and relief projects overseas and in Australia. Our Mission is Working with people in poverty
and distress to create just and positive change through empowering partnerships and responsible action.
ADRA Australia provides a number of programs and projects throughout Australia including: Emergency Relief, Community Cafe - meals programs, Community Gardens, Community Pantries, Refugee Settlement, Youth Resilience, Connecting Seniors, and other service projects through the community.
Gosnells WA 6110
Aftercare QLD - West Burleigh
West Burleigh QLD 4219
AgBiz Assist provides rural and small business financial counselling services to farm and small businesses in rural and regional areas of North East Victoria and bordering areas in Southern New South Wales. Our charity assist people reliant on farms and small business who are experiencing financial stress by providing direct relief such as grocery cards and other necessary assistance. AgBiz Assist also assists rural communities to recover from the effects of natural and economic disasters.
Wodonga VIC 3690
Aitkenvale Uniting Church
Congregation of the Uniting Church in Australia situated in Aitkenvale, Townsville on the corner of Ross River Road and Anne Street. We seek to engage with our surrounding community to provide pastoral and financial assistance to needy individuals and families, particularly those impacted by disasters such as the recent flood.
The church is open Mon-Fri, 9am-12 noon for pastoral care and prayer, food and gift vouchers available, power for charging phones and free tea/coffee and refreshments.
Aitkenvale QLD 4814
ALARA QLD Limited
ALARA QLD Limited provides a range of support services for people with a disability and their carers and older Australians residing in the Ipswich, Somerset and Lockyer areas.
Alawa Aborginal Corporation
Alawa Aboriginal Corporation provides services to ; Children - aged 6 to under 15, Unemployed persons Adults - aged 65 and over, Males, Females, People at risk of homelessness / people experiencing homelessness, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people , Youth - 15 to under 25 and People with disabilities
Katherine NT 0852
Albert Park Flexible Learning Centre
Milton QLD 4064
Aldridge State High School
Education of students in Years 7 to 12
ALECOMM (Australian Legislative Ethics Commission)
Australian Legislative Ethics Commission assists people in need, particularly indigenous families, in Alice Springs.
Alice Springs NT 0870
Alfred Psychiatry Homeless Outreach Psychiatric Service
HOPS provide specialist mental health intervention for homeless people who do not readily engage with mental health services.
Melbourne VIC 3004
Algester Parkinson Lions Club Inc
Conduct fundraising activities to enable regular financial support to registered charities, assist individuals and families in need. Provide the time and skills of our club members to people and organisations that do not have the resources to complete tasks such as home or organizational repairs and odd job work.
Parkinson QLD 4115
Alice Springs Baptist Church
We run a kid's club once a fortnight for indigenous kids and their families.
Ciccone NT 0870
Alice Springs Youth Accommodation & Support Services, Inc
We are the only youth specific charity in the Northern Territory. We have been a registered charity since 1990. We have 4 shelters and a Drop In Centre. The ASYASS model has many components focusing on early intervention, brief interventions, intensive case management and life skills development. Our 4 shelters service young people 10 to 24 years of age. We have a Crisis Refuge, a Mums and Bubs Refuge that assists young mothers, a House devoted to Complex needs and Transitional housing. The Drop In centre provides out reach and a number of services including clothing, food and assistance to access school, work and medical facilities.
Alice Springs NT 0870
All About Living
Non for profit community aged care and disabilities service provider
Sandgate QLD 4017
All In It Together
Volunteer group delivering IBC tanks to communities across SE NSW affected by bushfires. We have established valuable connections with other volunteer organisations in the area that have assisted in identifying needs. Grant recipient of Minderoo Foundation.
Balgowlah NSW 2093
All Saints Anglican Church - Chermside
As a busy parish church we are very much involved in helping the community around us as we have many disadvantaged people living in our area. We have refugees and migrants who we help to assimilate into our community, homeless people and people on Centrelink payments. We give out food packages to them and last year 251 packages and 54 Christmas hampers were distributed. Also at present we have organised days with volunteers helping
. soup kitchen Tuesday nights
. craft days
. community group meetings for coffee and chat
. special event days - Mother's Day morning tea, Australia Day
. curry nights and other culture food
. preschool age children playgroup
Fr Daniel Jayaraj is very good at connecting with everyone and we have plans to open a drop-in centre soon each day under our hall where we can distribute food and clothes. Our aim finally is to have a bus to pick up people
We would appreciate all the help your organisation can provide to us
Chermside QLD 4032