We spread kindness and improve quality of life in our community by connecting the vulnerable with kind-hearted people to provide the dignity, respect, protection and care that everyone deserves.
More than 3.24 million people, including 774,000 children under 15, are living below the poverty line in Sydney and are unable to access essential food and household items.
What We Do
We support vulnerable people to find their feet and build better lives, regardless of their current circumstances.
We all know what is at stake when the lives of the people we strive to support are involved, so we spend our time, our resources and our donated goods and funds to help wherever we can. The aid we provide includes, but is not limited to…
Collecting donations of food, homewares, clothing, books, toys and more to pass on to impoverished community members.
Collecting monetary donations to funnel into the lives of the people we support and to fund the ProjectKindness cause in order to consistently continue helping our community.
Informing vulnerable members of the community as to where they can find valuable resources to help their individual situations and connecting them with organisations who are able to provide regular and ongoing support.
Providing disadvantaged members of the community with a safe space where they know they can always find help, care and kindness when they’re at their lowest.
Informing the general public of the ways in which they can help the less fortunate members of their community.
In all of this, we work hand in hand with members of the general public, business owners, schools, like-minded charities and organisations, community centres, and more. We value our strong community connections as we know they are the glue that holds together ProjectKindness and all the life-changing work we do.
Who We Help
Of course, we strive to show kindness to anyone who needs it; however, our focus remains on consistently transforming the lives of people who are socially or financially disadvantaged living in areas of Sydney that might be classed as socially and economically ‘less favourable’. Our scope also extends to those people living with disabilities or mental illness who find themselves feeling lost and hopeless without friends or family to turn to.
How We Do It
Our team works with the Sydney community, by connecting goods, that have been donated by sponsors, to as many of Sydney’s people in need as we can.