How we're making an impact
We have created over 1,000 homes. We're currently furnishing homes for 15 families a week.
Our corporate partners and community have provided 22,000+ hours of volunteer time.
2,250+ tonnes of furniture has been saved from landfill. We support the circular economy and promote sustainability.
$9M of furniture re-loved
We have provided $9 million worth of rescued furniture from our corporate partners and community to families.
Become part of our community
Re-Love is a registered charity supporting women and children impacted by domestic violence, people experiencing homelessness, Indigenous youth and families and people seeking asylum.
We provide good quality rescued furniture and household items at no-cost, direct to families in crisis. On average, we support 15 families per week.
We redistribute pre-loved, seconds and surplus furniture from suppliers, individuals and corporates. We cut out the red tape to get them directly to people in need. Everyone needs a home.
We aim to furnish over 1,000 homes during the next twelve months with good quality rescued furniture and household items. Your donation will directly support a family who could use a helping hand.
We are always looking for passionate people to lend a hand and join our community. Volunteering is a great way to feel connected and give back to your local community.
An environmentally thoughtful way of giving back
We redistribute preloved, seconds and surplus furniture from suppliers, individuals and corporates. Our model supports the reuse of these items that would otherwise end up in landfill. We cut out the red tape to get them directly to people in need.
Re-Love aims to furnish over 1,000 homes during the next 12 months. We would love you to get involved.
We are proud to support these organisations by delivering support without red tape or delays.
“The Re-love team go above and beyond for WAGEC’s clients and provide much needed material aid for women and families escaping domestic violence.
They show tireless dedication to supporting vulnerable people in our community and they add immense value to WAGEC and the lives of our clients.”
Helen Sylvia, CEO - WAGEC
Rodney, a young transgender client, had been homeless since he was 15. He had been sleeping rough for 7 years and finally found safe housing in Wollongong.
“Rodney was super grateful and said the couch seemed too good for him. Thank you guys so much for everything you do”
Jessica Molly Rockwell, Wayside Chapel
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