Giving food, warmth, stability, hope and kindness to Sydney’s most vulnerable.

At ProjectKindness we…

Connect people in need with donated goods and services that change their lives for the better.

Assist vulnerable people to feel more connected to the community.

Restore dignity and quality of life for people affected by hardship.

ProjectKindness’ Purpose is to provide dignity, care and advocacy for disadvantaged and vulnerable people in our community. We do this by connecting people in need with goods and services and providing the dignity, respect, protection and care that everyone deserves.

Sydney is hurting

Thousands of human beings all over Sydney face poverty, homelessness and helplessness each and every day.

How we help

ProjectKindness is Sydney’s hub for people in need to consistently receive assistance, support and kindness.

The outcome

We are warming hopeless hearts, filling empty bellies and lighting up darkened homes all over Sydney and its surrounds.

Our mission…

…is to improve the day-to-day living of our community’s disadvantaged people, reducing their vulnerability by connecting them with food and household essentials needed for basic comfort and security.

Our vision…

…is to broaden our scope in assisting with essential services, recovery from adversity and community integration, with a focus on increasing Kindness Recipient numbers through building our volunteer base, community and caseworker awareness, catchment area and financial support.

Our impact…

supported over the past 12 months.
Case Workers
supported over the past 30 days.
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Show your kindness.

You can help us create a safer, happier, more hopeful Sydney…one act of kindness at a time. There are plenty of ways that you can support ProjectKindness and our Kindness Recipients, whether you are a community member or business owner. We accept monetary donations, fundraising efforts, donations of items, volunteers and partnerships with businesses in a range of different ways.

Our kind of news.

Visit the kindness blog to discover our latest news and updates.

“The people we support show so much strength and resilience. They crave human connection, to be seen, loved, valued, and heard. It is a privilege to be part of their lives.”

Clementine Hartson, ProjectKindness Founder
ProjectKindness Presentations

Looking for guest speakers?

We have two wonderful people available to offer their stories, as a free service, at various community events across Sydney; ProjectKindness Founder Clementine Hartson and our Kindness Recipient turned Volunteer Tony.

These presentations can easily be tailored to suit an array of audiences including school students, corporate teams, community groups and more.

Meet our partners.

We are super grateful to be able to work with and support so many organisations with our Kindness Hampers and other resources. Thanks to them, we continue to be able to reach so many more Kindness Recipients than we ever thought possible.


Who does ProjectKindness help?

ProjectKindness provides support to the most vulnerable people in our Sydney-based community. These groups include migrant and refugee groups, people with mental illness, offenders being released back into the community, people with disabilities, from different cultural backgrounds or those from lower socio-economic backgrounds, people fleeing domestic violence, LGBTQI+ communities, homeless people and those who are socially isolated as well as any other members of the community who require support due to their vulnerability.

What type of support does ProjectKindness offer?

ProjectKindness distributes ‘Kindness Hampers’ made up to meet the requirements of the Kindness Recipient. The items we provide can include non-perishable groceries and household items such as bedding, crockery, cutlery, pots and pans, towels, blankets etc. as well as age appropriate toys, books, children’s clothes and school supplies.

I need to ask ProjectKindness for help for myself or someone else. What should I do?

ProjectKindness is all about helping people and spreading kindness among our community. We aim to help everyone in need, no matter how big or small their problem might be.

We will be in contact within 24 hours of receiving a Kindness Request to organise the best time to drop off. Please note that we only deliver to within five kilometres of Kensington. If you are requesting support for yourself, please submit this form.

As a Health Professional, am I able to request support for my clients?

ProjectKindness provides Kindness Hampers to people referred by Health Professionals. We will be in contact within 24 hours of receiving a Kindness Request to organise the best time for collection. ProjectKindness’ preference is that kindness hampers are collected by Health Professionals from our base in Kensington. Please call to discuss if this is not possible. If you are a Health Professional requesting kindness for someone else, please submit this form.

Where does my donation go?

If you are making a donation, your support is directed to the area of greatest need, in the most efficient way possible. Donations are used to support all activities detailed on our website. 

Do you accept monetary donations and how do I receive a donation receipt?

The best way to help us improve the lives of Sydney’s most disadvantaged and vulnerable people is to send a donation our way. We would never ask you to part with your hard-earned cash if it weren’t for a super worthy cause – we think our project falls under the worthiest of endeavours. It doesn’t matter how much you donate however, the fact that you’re willing to give even a little of what you have to help feed a family or provide relief to someone escaping a violent relationship shows that your kindness is worth its weight in gold.

All donations over $2 are fully tax deductible. If you make a one-off donation online, you will be receipted instantly via email. If you become a regular donor and make monthly donations, you will receive a consolidated tax receipt covering all your donations at the end of the Financial Year.

Tell us how we can help.

Share your details in the form on the right and a kindness coordinator will be in touch as soon as they possibly can.

If your request is urgent, please call 0431 537 727.

Please note: A referral form is required to be completed for all kindness requests. If you wish to reach out and request non-urgent help for yourself or someone else, the best place to start is to complete a self-referral or client referral form HERE.

*We currently have no volunteering opportunities available, but thank you so much if that is why you were enquiring.*

Please read (scam calls).

ProjectKindness is very concerned with the number of people calling and emailing us about scam calls received from an organisation called “The Kindness Project”. 

This organisation has no affiliation with ProjectKindness. 

Many of the calls and messages we have received from people have been extremely threatening and unkind. 

Please understand that we are as frustrated as you are and wish the scam calls would stop. These calls have been reported to SCAMWATCH and NSW Police. 

We are very appreciative to those who understand the way of the world nowadays with the heightened number of scams that are around.   

Thank you for your support.