Who We Are

Re-Love (formerly The Run for Good Project) rescues furniture and white-goods from our community and delivers it directly to people who need a helping hand.

We support 15-20 families per week and provide everything they need to make a house a home.




How we're making an impact

Homes Created

600 homes created

volunteer hours

22,800 volunteer hours

Furniture landfill

1,000 tonnes of furniture saved from landfill

3,000+ tech items

The Re-Love Story

Founded by Renuka Fernando and Ben Stammer in 2019, Re-Love (formerly the Run For Good Project) has quickly grown to be one of Sydney’s leading support services for people in crisis who need to create homes from scratch.

We are a not-for-profit association who work with causes supporting women impacted by domestic violence, homelessness and people seeking asylum.

We connect our community to local grassroots organisations that help people in need or address important social issues. 

We ask our community to either raise funds, provide goods or give their time. We encourage ongoing involvement and future support of these social enterprises. 

By coming together, we aim to raise social consciousness within an inclusive community. 

We are a registered Australian charity.

Run For Good Project
circular economy

A sustainable solution

  1. Help people get back on their feet with practical and immediate assistance to set up a home.
  2. Create volunteering opportunities to engage and educate our community
  3. Employment opportunities to help people get back on their feet
  4. Redistribute pre-loved, seconds and surplus furniture and technology from individuals and organisations.

Who We Work With

Women and Girls Emergency Centre
Wayside Chapel
Weave Youth and Community Services
Mission Australia
Asylum Seeker Centre