To access support through GIVIT, you must first connect with an organisation to assess your needs. To find support organisations in your area that are registered to use GIVIT, please use the search fields below.
Support organisations working with GIVIT that require anonymity will not be listed here.
If you've been impacted by flooding and you're seeking disaster payments, grants and financial assistance, please visit the pages below:
Flood assistance for specific regions
If you'd like to see organisations located within 50 kilometres of Lismore that are registered with GIVIT and can provide you with flood support, click here.
To see organisations located within 20 kilometres of Brisbane that are registered with GIVIT and can provide flood support, click here.
To see organisations in the Hawkesbury that are registered with GIVIT and can provide flood support, click here.
12 Buckets Inc
A non-government funded program funded through events and donations, the 12 Buckets Program connects at-risk and disadvantaged children in Perth’s northern suburbs with the skills, support and connections needed to build a strong future. Over the last 6 years, 12 Buckets has provided a primary school program, staffing a School Liaison position in each of the 4 schools it partners with. The School Liaison’s recruit, train and supervise a team of volunteer mentors who work with referred children and they also coordinate additional enrichment programs. These additional programs include a Basketball Program, University Aspiration Program and a Debating Program.
121 Care Inc
121 Care is an accredited not for profit charity that provides in home support for people with chronic and severe disabilities throughout south east Queensland. We have been providing these supports for over 25 years. Our organisation was initially established by two people with spinal injuries to allow them to live independently. It is managed by a committee that is comprised of 70% people with disabilities for people with disabilities.
Client choice and control is the central principle of the services that we provide. We actively empower all our clients to maximise their independence by providing individualised services that meet their specific needs. We also provide holiday care and support for people with disabilities who are on holidays. 121 Care also provides an accessible van which is available for our clients to use so that they can take holidays, visit locations with families and friends and access the community.
ACNC Beneficiary: Adults 25-65 with chronic illness
300 Blankets Inc.
300 Blankets is a not for profit charity who provides support to people experiencing homelessness. We are a 100% volunteer organisation that aims to provide support through three key areas: blankets, homeless outreach, and food security.
Blankets: 300 Blankets is the biggest donors of blankets for the local soup vans and also provide blankets for a wide range of charities and homeless services to ensure that they are always equipped to provide people with the warmth of a blanket.
Homeless Outreach Program: 300 Blankets operates a twice weekly volunteer outreach program in the heart of Melbourne CBD. The outreach program reaches out and engages with people sleeping rough to provide support and material aid.
Food Security: 300 Blankets also operates a weekly soup kitchen – Soul Kitchen -in the western suburbs of Melbourne to provide opportunities to make a direct impact on families and individuals at risk or are experiencing homelessness.
360 Health + Community - Guildford
At 360 we use any profits we make to help deliver free and low cost services to people across WA who need them most.
These services currently include over 80 programs addressing a range of health and social issues, such as 360 Street Doctor, a mobile GP clinic which provides free services to people who are homeless, Partners in Recovery, a service to support those with severe mental health issues and the Healthy Lifestyle Program, helping those at high risk of developing chronic disease.
360 Health + Community - Mandurah
At 360 we use any profits we make to help deliver free and low cost services to people across WA who need them most. These services currently include over 80 programs addressing a range of health and social issues, such as 360 Street Doctor, a mobile GP clinic which provides free services to people who are homeless, Partners in Recovery, a service to support those with severe mental health issues and the Healthy Lifestyle Program, helping those at high risk of developing chronic disease
3Bridges Community Limited
3Bridges Community aims to give the community voice by:
Walking alongside you during family transitions and helping when a new baby arrives, with before and after school care, and as parents age.
Making Connections through our youth workers at schools, connecting through the Yarning Circles and supporting in our meeting centres.
Enriching Lives through providing care to people living at home as they age and support for people with a disability.
Our 5 strategic objectives include:
- Connected Communities
- Reframing Ageing
- Walk Alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
- Innovate for independence
- Organisational Capacity
We are confident these objectives will support our pathway to sustainability and improving the impact of our services for vulnerable people.
3rd Space Brisbane is a drop-in centre where homeless people find practical support, friendship and dignity. Located in Fortitude Valley, 3rd Space helps thousands of people every year – assisting some with simple things such as a shower or a meal and a cup of tea, others with a program of support for more complex needs. We help to find accommodation and work; manage addictions and emotional challenges; and get the right health and dental services.
4 Voices Global Limited
We are a registered charity helping connect disadvantaged people such as victims of domestic violence or those experiencing homelessness.
4Life Care & Training Limited
Community Pantry & Op Shop to assist those struggling with day to day living costs within the Hasting/Macleay and surrounding areas. Our friendly & caring volunteers have been serving our Community since 2008 with free and/or cheap groceries. You can walk through our community pantry and shop for the items you need. We also offer online ordering and delivery service.
55 Central Inc
55 Central Inc. is an organisation which provides for persons in need of crisis and short term accommodation. Counselling in life skills is provided while referral to recognised authorities for issues such as drug dependency and relationships can be made.
777 Movement Ltd
777 MOVEMENT LTD is dedicated to helping the homeless and Australians that may be experiencing homelessness or food insecurity by supplying free food homeless packs to rough sleepers and free food hampers delivered to your door.
Our mission is to relieve poverty, suffering, food insecurity, helplessness or the misfortune of persons in Australia. 777 MOVEMENT provides direct relief to the poor, the homeless, those experiencing homelessness, the young, the destitute and the helpless.
A Better Life for Kids in Foster Care
To provide for the direct relief of poverty, sickness, suffering, distress, misfortune, disability or helplessness among children
and youth in foster care. Provide direct benevolent relief by way of education programs to overcome and alleviate the causes of low self-esteem and the effects of disadvantage among
children and youth in foster care. Provide direct benevolent relief to children and youth in foster care through the provision of clothing, toiletries, bedding and other essential items.
A Brave Life Ltd
A Brave Life is a registered Not-for-Profit organisation that helps to alleviate the risks of ongoing poverty, misfortune and helplessness experienced by many teenage and young mothers by assisting them to complete their education, pursue their dreams and to LIVE LIFE BRAVE.
A Brave Life focuses on two main areas:
• Walking alongside & encourage teenage mothers through our LIVE LIFE BRAVE Mentoring Program as they complete their education.
• Providing essential baby items to teenage & young mothers through our Baby Bundle Program.
Ability Care Ltd - Edens Landing
We are a NFP organization that supports young adults with an intellectual and physical disability achieve their goals through community inclusion and our skills for life program
Ability Care Ltd - Loganholme
We work with our clients and their family in a collaborative and flexible way to go above and beyond to support and advocate for our clients and their carers in a way that gives but never gives up.
At Ability Care Ltd, we are committed to enhancing the quality of life of adults and children with an intellectual, physical and/or sensory disability through individualised services and programs that enhance, teach and strengthen each person allowing them to live the life they want.
Ability Care Ltd Accommodation - Hillcrest
Ability Care Accommodation offers 24/7 Supported accommodtion to people aged 18 - 64 living with a disability to support the clients to achieve their goals and day to days tasks.
Not for profit Disability Services organisation offering multiple services
- Disability Employment
- Coordination of supports
- Support workers
- Day program
Able Australia Services
Able Australia is a leading provider of disability services for adults and community supports for seniors. Established over 50 years ago to provide support to the deafblind community, we are now a diverse not-for-profit organisation. We offer a broad range of high-quality services across Melbourne, Tasmania, ACT and SE Queensland.
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service - Family Wellbeing Service - Chermside
ATSICHS is the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Community Health Service that provides medical, dental, allied health, social health, family well-being and youth services to the greater Brisbane Region.
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service - Family Wellbeing South
Holistically supports First Nation families within the Logan, Browns Plains, Beenleigh and Bayside regions.
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service Brisbane - Family Participation Program
Family Participation Program (FPP) supports families when involved with the Department of Child Safety.
We facilitate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family led decision making with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people and their families in the Brisbane and Logan region. Our FPP is here support families to mitigate immediate and ongoing risk, increase immediate and ongoing safety, identify family and community supports and help our mob keep our kids out of the system.
Our team can help families with:
- making decisions affecting them and their family
- Support families through the Investigation and Assessment process
- provide an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander convener to support your family through meetings with Child Safety
- organizing a safe and culturally appropriate space for meetings with the Department of Child Safety
- information and help to access services and programs to help and support your family.
Aboriginal and Islander Community Resource Agency, Rockhampton Aboriginal Corporation
Aboriginal & Islander Community Resource Agency (AICRA), delivers culturally sensitive community programs, which promote physical, social and emotional well-being in Aboriginal and Islander people. AICRA sponsors three programs: 1) The Management of Public Intoxication Program (MPIP) supports people who have multiple & complex issues such as alcohol abuse, homelessness, mental health issues, low literacy and numeracy skills, domestic violence and other drug abuse issues. MPIP provides assertive outreach to check on the welfare of people affected by alcohol in public spaces as well as assistance to access services to help meet their needs e.g. housing applications, counselling, alcohol treatment etc 2) The Aged Care Program (CACP) provides assistance for the elderly. Services include domestic assistance, gardening & maintenance, meals, shopping and social support 3) The Home Support Program provides support to older people & people with a disability or chronic condition.
Aboriginal and Islander Independent Community School
The Aboriginal and Islander Independent Community School was established in 1986 as a primary school in Highgate Hill. In 1997 the school successfully secured funds to purchase the current site at Acacia Ridge.
To this day the Murri School continues to thrive in Acacia Ridge. The school now helps students from Prep to Year 12 grow into independent and responsible members of the community.
Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service Brisbane - Browns Plains
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service (ATSICHS) Brisbane is a not-for-profit community owned health and human services organisation delivering on the unique health and wellbeing needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in greater Brisbane and Logan.
We are the largest, most comprehensive Aboriginal medical health service in Queensland and Australia’s second oldest. We are determined to reinstate the wellbeing of our people—person by person, family by family, generation by generation.
We pride ourselves on providing health and human services, our way—supporting our people and community in our ongoing commitment to create a flourishing future and lasting legacy for them and their families.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service Brisbane - Family Wellbeing Service
Helping our mob – by working with our families to support you and your kids. Our Family Wellbeing team can provide in-home support and counselling and connect you up with others that can help. Our catchment areas include Logan, Beenleigh and Browns Plains. Our services are free and we receive referrals from all community members whereby self, family and friends, community organisations and Government agencies.