More choice. More charities. 43 new charities in 3 months, to be precise.

In the past three months we’ve signed up an additional 43 charities to GoodCompany. This represents:

  • An 11% increase in the number of charities your staff can donate to via workplace giving or fundraising.
  • Significantly greater choice when you search for a charity to connect with and support.

Here’s an insight into the inspiring work of a few of our newest partners:

R U OK? is a national suicide prevention charity whose vision is a world where we are all connected and protected from suicide. Their mission is to inspire and empower everyone to meaningfully connect with people around them and support anyone struggling with life. By inspiring people to take the time to ask “Are you ok?” and listen, we can help people struggling with life feel connected long before they even think about suicide


STREAT is a social enterprise devoted to supporting young people who really need a hand. The organisation helps young people belong and thrive with a healthy self, home and job. STREAT run a portfolio of hospitality businesses where its young people train, and where revenue is generated to fund the support and training of its young people. To date STREAT has worked with over 800 young people, providing them with over 55,000 hours of support and training.

Room to Read’s innovative model focuses on deep, systemic transformation within schools in low-income countries during two time periods that are most critical in a child’s schooling: early primary school for literacy acquisition and secondary school for girls’ education. They collaborate with local communities, partner organizations and governments to develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children and ensure girls can complete secondary school with the skills necessary to negotiate key life decisions. Room to Read has benefited 11.5 million children across more than 20,000 communities in 14 countries and aims to reach 15 million children by 2020.


Smiling Mind is a 100% not-for-profit, leading the way providing an accessible and affordable solution to mental health for all Australians. They want to change the world for the better, for every generation. This starts with young people to embed the principles and practices of mindfulness from a young age.


Global Sisters exists to enable women to be financially independent and stand tall. They provide a genuine alternative for women who aren’t able to participate in mainstream employment. By removing the barriers they commonly face, they make self-employment a viable option and provide women with the tools, networks and resources to establish or grow a business.

The purpose of the Aboriginal Literacy Foundation is to provide out of school literacy tutoring to Indigenous students who need extra support or who are not able to attend school. Since 2003 more than five thousand Aboriginal students have received literacy support in the form of tutorials. The ALF is the largest non-government supplier of books for Aboriginal schools in Northern Australia, supplying approximately 100,000 per year.

These are our 43 newest charity partners. Please welcome them!

Charity Name State
Aboriginal Literacy Foundation VIC
Australian Society For Promoting Education NSW
Birth for HumanKIND VIC
CBM Australia VIC
Clontarf Foundation WA
cohealth VIC
Diplomacy Training Program (DTP) NSW
Fairhaven Services NSW
Fiji Book Drive Ltd VIC
Fiona Elsey Cancer Research Institute VIC
First Australians Capital Ltd NSW
Flight Centre Foundation QLD
Girl Guides Drummoyne NSW
Global Sisters NSW
Harvest Bible College VIC
headspace Osborne Park WA
Hills Community Aid and Information Services NSW
Inclusion Solutions WA
JobCo. Employment Services Inc. VIC
Meals On Wheels Central Coast NSW
Mercy Community Services SEQ Limited QLD
Nelune Foundation Cancer Care Services NSW
Police Citizen’s Youth Clubs (PCYC) Queensland QLD
Retina Australia WA WA
Ronald McDonald House North Queensland QLD
Room to Read Australia NSW
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Foundation QLD
SAIL – Sudanese Australian Integrated Learning Program VIC
ShelterBox Australia NSW
Smiling Mind VIC
St George Family Support Services Inc. NSW
St Joseph’s College Indigenous Scholarship Fund NSW
Tangaroa Blue Foundation Ltd QLD
The Conversation Media Group VIC
The Funding Network NSW
The Stroke Association of Victoria VIC
The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust ACT
Toukley Neighbourhood Centre Inc. NSW
Vanguard Laundry Services QLD
Women’s Justice Network NSW
Woodville Alliance Ltd NSW