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Goodman Foundation

We believe everyone, everywhere, should be in equal reach of greatness. Through the Goodman Foundation, both our people and our properties are helping to improve quality of life in the communities in which we operate.

The Goodman Foundation’s goal is to make a difference for disadvantaged people and vulnerable communities. It aims for long-term partnerships of three years or more and operates in most of our global locations.

Social conscience

The Foundation engenders social change through practical assistance. Our charity partners benefit from capital expenditure for equipment, the funding of worthy projects through Foundation grants, and the supply of warehouse or office space. 


Giving back

Goodman team members’, meanwhile, enjoy working for a company in which giving back is part of the culture. They volunteer time during the year and fundraise to support charity partners. Our workplace giving programme encourages regular payroll donation. 

The Goodman Foundation's support has helped to enable:

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100 million meals

delivered by OzHarvest

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112,736 eye screenings

completed through the Fred Hollows' Xintang Project

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$50 million goods

collected by Good360


Charity partners

Cerebral Palsy Alliance

Founded in 1945, Cerebral Palsy Alliance provides family-centred therapies and care to people living with the condition and their families, including early intervention, specialised assessments, therapy, aids and equipment, hydrotherapy, exercise and sport, and assistance with inclusion in school and the community. They respond to the changing needs of their clients based on the latest research, technology and therapies.

Steptember is Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s leading annual fundraising initiative, raising vital funds to provide equipment and services for people living with cerebral palsy, as well as ground breaking research. 

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The Fred Hollows Foundation

The Fred Hollows Foundation is an international development organisation that has already restored sight to more than two million people across 25 countries around the world. They focus on blindness prevention and improving Australian Indigenous eye health. 

Their work is inspired by the late Professor Fred Hollows (1929-1993), an eye doctor, skilled surgeon, and a social justice activist who championed the right of all people to high quality affordable eye care and to good health.

Goodman is supporting The Fred Hollows Foundation Hong Kong by offering practical assistance with the provision of office space for its team of four, here in our very own office at Three Pacific Place.  From here they will launch their regional office in Hong Kong and will lead their advocacy and fundraising efforts to support urgent program work in the Greater China and Asia region – where 31% of the world’s blind live - 20% in China. 

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The Goodman Foundation has proudly supported OzHarvest since 2004

Since that time, OzHarvest has redistributed over 31,000 tonnes of food which would otherwise be discarded, saved the equivalent of 409 Olympic sized swimming pools of water and delivered over 100 million meals to more than 1,000 charities supporting the vulnerable in Sydney, Melbourne, Newcastle, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Adelaide.

Over the years, Goodman has continued to support OzHarvest with the provision of office facilities, delivery vans and even a community garden.

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The Helmsman Project

The Goodman Foundation is a founding supporter of The Helmsman Project. Their innovative program is designed to bring about long-term change and opportunity to students of low SES schools.  

The Helmsman Project program has been developed on a foundation of evidence-based research in consultation with leaders in the fields of coaching, psychology and adventure education. The program is designed to equip adolescents who are at risk of not fulfilling their potential with the life skills and broadened perspective necessary to set meaningful goals, overcome setbacks and persevere in the pursuit of their dreams.

With the benefit of Goodman Foundation’s long-term commitment for funding, The Helmsman Project was able to attract a research grant from the Australian Research Council which will facilitate the expansion of the research program.

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Good360 Australia

Good360 Australia provides charities of all sizes and causes nationwide access to vital corporate product donations, enabling them to save money, expand programmes and strengthen their impact.

Goodman recognise the value to the community from the delivery of Good360’s mission. In support of this, Goodman has provided Good360 with a 3,500 sqm warehouse at Smithfield to enable them to stockpile donations whilst they are setting up their logistics systems and online market place. 

In addition, Goodman has provided the Good360 team with a dozen laptop computers to facilitate the set-up of their skilled team and enable them to channel vital resources to core operations.

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Kiwiharvest are New Zealand’s perishable food rescuers; collecting good food before it goes to waste and distributing it to those in need to nourish the wider community. 

KiwiHarvest reduces the negative impacts of food waste on our environment by redistributing excess food; helping to create lasting positive social change by nourishing those in need.

Through the support of the Goodman Foundation, Kiwiharvest have been able to establish a solid base for their food rescue operations. They have a considered set of expansion goals to further their mission over the next few years.

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The Black Dog Institute

The Black Dog Institute is dedicated to understanding, preventing and treating mental illness. They are about creating a world where mental illness is treated with the same level of concern, immediacy and seriousness as physical illness; where scientists work to discover the causes of illness and new treatments, and where discoveries are immediately put into practice through health services, technology and community education.

Black Dog Institute aims to improve the lives of people affected by mental illness through the rapid translation of high quality research into improved clinical treatments, increased accessibility to mental health services and delivery of long-term public health solutions.

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Invictus Games Sydney 2018

The Invictus Games are an international adaptive sports event for wounded and injured veteran service personnel. The Invictus Games highlight the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation, and generate a wider understanding of and respect for those who serve their country.
In October 2018 the Invictus Games came to Sydney, and Goodman was proud to be the Official Warehousing Logistics Supplier of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018.
Sydney hosted 491 competitors and 1,000 family and friends from 20-27 October. The Games featured competition in 11 sports with events held across Greater Sydney, including Sydney Olympic Park and Sydney Harbour.
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UKHarvest is a not-for-profit perishable food rescue operation that collects quality excess food from commercial outlets and delivers it, direct and free of charge, to charities.

They provide much needed assistance to vulnerable people, collecting surplus food from all types of food providers, including fruit and vegetable markets, supermarkets, hotels, wholesalers, farmers, stadiums, corporate events, catering companies, shopping centres, delis, cafes, restaurants, film and TV shoots and boardrooms.

UKHarvest is based on the original OzHarvest model which was founded in November 2004, by Ronni Kahn.

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SOS Children's Village

SOS Children’s Villages provides care and support programmes for children who can no longer grow up in their biological families. Located across 133 countries, they focus on building small family units with each child allocated an SOS mother, a team of educators and psychologists to support them in their upbringing. 

The Goodman Foundation has been in partnership with SOS Children’s Villages since 2013 providing funding for critical capital expenditure projects in Village Homes across Belgium, France and Poland with plans underway to include support for SOS Children’s Villages in Germany.

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Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange Country

Founded by the Council of Orange, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Second Harvest began providing food for the hungry in October 1983 in Orange Country, under the leadership of Dan Harney.

With the help of supporters and volunteers, Second Harvest Food Bank works through a network of 190 non-profit partner agencies and programs to provide wholesome food and fresh produce to more than 250,000 hungry children, seniors and families in Orange County every month.

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Little Olive Foundation

Little Olive Foundation provides educational and social welfare aid for orphans, children in poverty, handicapped, or terminally ill in natural disaster affected areas.

Little Olive have delivered water, food, picture books and playgrounds to more than 20,000 children in disaster areas.

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Goodman also supports the below charities