Take a look at this gorgeous scan photo! Today we got to visit Katie (Social distancing in place!) and deliver the wonderful gifts you have all bought for her and her girls. It was so lovely being able to drop everything off and know Katie now has absolutely everything she needs for the arrival of her baby girl. A huge thank you from us to everyone who had helped out. A big special hug to Angie and Geoff who have adopted this gorgeous little family and will be taking good care of them. A few words from Katie… To all […]

Can we please get another round of applause for Super Simon who showed up again today to take another run of nappies, formula, sanitary items, underwear and toiletries to the tower residents in Collingwood? Working alongside Rebecca and the incredible team at drummond street services means that we get to support hundreds more people in need especially in these incredibly difficult times. Simon is actually coming back on Monday to take out yet another load of essential items to these vulnerable families. Thanks again for allyour hard work, Simon. You’re one of the best 🥰🙏

A huge thank you to Simon, our superstar volunteer who not only shows up whenever we need him, but also keeps in touch with people sleeping rough and checks in just to see that they’re ok. Simon has been volunteering with us for over three years now we’ve lost count of the number of times he has been there for us whenever we’ve needed him. Today Simon picked up a car load of nappies, formula, toiletries and sanitary items and delivered them to the residents of the towers in Collingwood. A huge thank you to Ron from Drummond Street services […]

I know the photos are starting to look a bit repetitious but we’re so proud to be able to do this. Another 1040 nappies and 58 tins of baby formula for the tower residents in Collingwood. We’re also sending in boxes of sanitary items and toiletries. This is all because of your wonderful support and generosity. Covid restrictions are hurting many people. Jobs have been lost, not everyone is eligible for jobkeeper payment and some families who relied on that few hours casual work each week to get through are now finding it hard to manage. One thing is for […]

Today we delivered 27 warm life saving sleeping bags to another charity that helps people sleeping rough. No one charity can do everything on its own. We do a lot and we’re proud of our work but we can’t meet all the needs of all the people all the time. This is why collaboration with other charities is important. A huge part of being your best as a charity is understanding not only what else needs to be done but also what else is currently being done, and working with those groups to ensure a better experience for those in […]

Thanks to your incredible generosity we’re now providing formula, nappies, sanitary items and toiletries to single parents who are struggling with isolation. Today our awesome superstar Dayle called in to pick up tins of formula, nappies, underwear, sanitary items and toiletries for Mums in need of support. Lockdown works differently for everyone and not everyone has the support of family and friends to help get them through. There are many reasons people end up completely on their own. Domestic violence is often a contributing factor, as is arriving into the country as a refugee, or just not having any family […]

Can we give a huge round of applause for one of our incredible supporters, Nat Trajcevski. Nat nominated us for a $10,000 CommBank Staff Foundation Grant and we won! This money will be used to support even more people in need, especially those in hardship due to social isolation. Thank you so much Nat and thank you Commbank. We are so incredibly grateful for your support. Round of applause for Nat! 👏 👏👏👏

Thank you so much to every single person who helped us get these urgent supplies of nappies, formula and sanitary items to the residents of the Melbourne towers during their total lockdown. A huge thank you to John and Gabriel from Costco for their special care and attention in helping us get the sheer volume of products we needed. A big hug and thank you to every single person who helped make this happen. Every one of you who donated, commented, shared or sent your love and support, we are so incredibly grateful to have you on our side. Moving […]

Can we please give a standing ovation and round of applause to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) for their unconditional love and unwavering support for the residents locked down in the Melbourne towers. This incredible group of volunteers have cooked around 2000 meals for the residents. Not only that, they have taken the time to cook traditional flavoured meals inspired from the many countries of those who reside in the towers. It just doesn’t get any more heartfelt and compassionate as this. I remember not long after I started this charity, it was only about 8 months when old […]

Today thanks to your generosity we took our second load of nappies, formula and sanitary items to the residents of the 3031-3051 towers and have another load ready to head out in the morning. Charities are considered an essential service so we will still be able to reach the residents of the towers even though the city has gone into lockdown again as of tomorrow. Unfortunately due to rules around contact points we cannot accept donations of products. We apologise for this however the more contact we have with people who are donating, the more chances we have of coming […]

As a charity today would have to be one of the hardest days we have ever witnessed. We loaded up the Outlander with nappies, formula, pads, tampons and other essentials and took them to the Melbourne towers for our first load to assist those in full lockdown. As we took the items in we saw many people in incredibly distressed states. One woman sat on the steps of her building crying hard and pleading to be let out. With tears running down her face she begged the 12 or so officers in front for her freedom. The police officers were […]

As a charity today would have to be one of the hardest days we have ever witnessed. We loaded up the Outlander with nappies, formula, pads, tampons and other essentials and took them to the Melbourne towers for our first load to assist those in full lockdown. As we took the items in we saw many people in incredibly distressed states. One woman sat on the steps of her building crying hard and pleading to be let out. With tears running down her face she begged the 12 or so officers in front for her freedom. The police officers were […]