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We Are Good Neighbours Australia

Good Neighbours Australia is part of the Global Good Neighbours Partnership which reaches about 7 million people each year, including 219,048 sponsored children in 49 countries.

We reach out to neighbours suffering from poverty, disasters and oppression and help them achieve self-reliance and rebuild hope.

Our development projects focus on education, health, nutrition, water and sanitation, and creating training and employment opportunities. We also provide emergency aid.

Good Neighbours Australia was launched in 2018 to support these international programs and relief efforts while also responding to local needs within the Australian community and our neighbouring countries in Asia.

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Partnership Countries

30 Years of Good Neighbours

How to Give

Sponsor a Child

Through our child sponsorship program, your support will ensure a child does not miss out on essential services that enhance their life including increased access to education, healthcare and more.
Sponsor a Child

Support a Community

When you give a recurring donation to support community projects locally and internationally, your contribution will be allocated to a range of ongoing initiatives.
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Give Gifts-in-Kind

When you give gifts-in-kind to our support community projects, your contribution will be allocated to our partner communities that need it the most.
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Our Stories


Good Neighbours Australia’s ACFID Membership Granted

Good Neighbours Australia (GNAU) proudly joins fellow members accredited with the peak body for Australian non-government organisations, the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID), as it pursues the shared vision of ‘acting with compassion and fairness for a just, sustainable and equitable world’.

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Gifts for Ukrainian refugees

Shipment of winter warmth to Ukraine

To support refugees in Ukraine, much-needed donations such as blankets, winter clothing, children’s toys and other essentials were secured through the help of volunteer organisations in Australia.

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Our Work