Good360 (USA) have developed an online platform that allows companies to donate unwanted, discontinued or overstock inventory to registered charities.

We are inspired by this vision and are working to establish Good360 Australia.

Australian charities, for the first time, will have an easily accessible online portal to access the products essential to providing their ongoing services.

Online shopping has been readily accepted in the consumer market and this proven system will streamline current cumbersome processes and increase the level of product philanthropy across Australia due to the high tech simplistic system

We will build efficiencies in the not-for-profit sector by acting as the intermediary that redistributes unwanted/excess stock or inventory from companies to not-for-profits via an online website.

This would streamline giving and receiving as well as increase the amount of products available, freeing up staff to concentrate on core business and not wasting time sourcing product donations.

The operating model does also require funds.


To this end, we are seeking funding to establish this innovative, efficient charitable model.


For more information about this project please email


Click link to view story from ABC 7.30 Report


Website converts excess goods to good deeds

Posted Fri Jun 7, 2013 8:09pm AEST

A website launching in Australia aims to help companies convert excess goods into good deeds, reducing their costs and environmental impact along the way, and all inspired by a touching story of love.

Sharon O’Neill

Source: 7.30 New South Wales | Duration: 7min 3sec