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If you have any further kindness enquires, please email us at BeKind@ProjectKindness.com.au

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  • I Need Some Help From ProjectKindness. What Should I do?

    Project Kindness is all about people 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.

    Some of the things we help with are connecting people with gently used goods like clothes, toiletries, homewares, and toys.

    ProjectKindness recently gave bedding and homewares to a lady who had moved from the streets into a government housing property since she couldn’t afford these on her own. We also connect women in shelters with clothing and toiletries, and foster children with toys and a few things of their own when most have nothing.

    We’re always willing to help, so if you need a little kindness please email us at RequestKindness@ProjectKindness.com.au or message our social media pages. Share your story and let us know how we can help you through a difficult situation.

  • I Am One Of Our Communities Incredible Social Workers, Can I Request Help For The Families or Individuals That I Am Supporting?

    Yes, hearing from you makes our day. We are always open for collection from our base in Kensington and we can also arrange delivery to your workplace or client. Please email RequestKindness@ProjectKindness.com.au for more information.

  • Do You Deliver Kindness?

    Do you need a little kindness in your life?

    You’ve come to the right place.

    If you need to put in a kindness request, we will always be there to help. We’re more than happy to deliver kindness requests if you’re located within 5km of our Kensington home base. All requests outside of a 5km radius are able to be collected from our humble abode.

    We’d love to be able to deliver right across Sydney, however, we find that our funds are better placed in sourcing items for our kindness recipients (tolls and fuel can take quite the chunk out of our funding).

  • Donating Kindness 101

    Thank you so much for your generous donation offer. We feel truly grateful that you are willing to help our humble cause.

    When it comes to donations, we do have a few ground rules. Please note the following:

    • We are happy to pick up donations within a 5km radius of our Kensington home base. We appreciate that any donations outside of this area are dropped off to us directly.
    • We only accept clean, non-stained items as we think everyone deserves to look and feel their best, no matter their circumstances.
    • We are unable to accept any large donations such as couches or beds. We can, however, assist in sourcing and delivering them for people with NDIS plans that cover home maintenance costs, if they need a helping hand.
    • Items such as fridges, washing machines and dryers are no longer accepted as donations.

    Again, thank you so much for helping the Project Kindness initiative by offering up your goods for donation. If you have any questions at all about the donation process, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

  • Do You Accept Monetary Donations?

    The best way to help us improve the lives of Sydney’s most disadvantaged folks 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, the fact that you’re willing to give even a little of what you have to help put a roof over someone’s head, feed a family on the brink of starvation or provide relief to someone escaping a violent relationship shows that your kindness is worth its weight in gold.

    You can make a donation via our website here

    Ps. You are so kind.

  • So, What Items Do You Accept?

    ProjectKindness only accepts clean, non-stained items as we think everyone deserves to look and feel their best, no matter their circumstances.

    When considering whether an item is suitable, we always consider whether we would give it to a family member or friend, and if so, then it will be appropriate to accept as a donated item.

    Items required every day for kindness recipients:

    • Children’s clothing
    • Baby essentials (Unopened nappies, baby wipes, formula, dummies, bottles, etc.)
    • Non-perishable grocery items (spaghetti, pasta sauces, biscuits, snacks, rice, tinned food, etc.)
    • Toiletries (sealed)
    • Bedding and blankets
    • Microwaves, toasters, kettles
    • Cutlery
    • Plates, bowls, cups, glasses
    • Televisions (with remotes)
    • Decorative household items (photo-frames, rugs, vases, jugs, etc)
    Items not accepted (unless specifically requested):
    • Adult clothing and shoes
    • Larger items (beds, couches etc.)
    • Washing machines, dryers, fridges
    • Computers and mobile phones
    • Any items that are stained or not washed
  • What Items Do You Accept?

    ProjectKindness accepts gorgeous, clean, uplifting items!

    ProjectKindness treats all members of the community as the same and therefore will only provide goods and services in good condition to those in need.

    When considering whether an item is suitable, we always consider whether we would give it to a family member or friend, and if so, then it will be appropriate to accept as a donated item.

    Please see below the categories of donations:

    Items required every day:

    • Children’s clothing
    • Baby essentials (Unopened nappies, baby wipes, formula, dummies, bottles, etc.)
    • Non-perishable grocery items (spaghetti, pasta sauces, biscuits, snacks, rice, tinned food, etc.)
    • Toiletries (sealed)
    • Bedding and blankets
    • Microwaves
    • Cutlery
    • Plates, bowls, cups, glasses
    • Televisions (with remotes)
    • Decorative household items (photo-frames, rugs, vases, jugs, etc)
    Items not accepted (unless specifically requested):
    • Adult clothing and shoes
    • Larger items (beds, couches etc.)
    • Washing machines, dryers, fridges
    • Computers and mobile phones
    • Any items that are stained or not washed
  • Do You Accept Monetary Donations?

    The best way to help us improve the lives of Sydney’s most disadvantaged folks 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, the fact that you’re willing to give even a little of what you have to help put a roof over someone’s head, feed a family on the brink of starvation or provide relief to someone escaping a violent relationship shows that your kindness is worth its weight in gold.

    You can make a donation via our website here

    Ps. You are so kind.

  • Can I Post / Courier / Leave My Kind Donation At The Door?

    Absolutely! Please email IAmKind@ProjectKindness.com.au to arrange your kind delivery. 

    Ps. You are so kind! 

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