Givlife Inc

Givlife Inc Community Support

Loneliness and hopelessness go hand-in-hand, all too often leading to high-risk situations and depression. A kind word or caring listener is often enough to make the difference - that's what Givlife exists for.

We reach out and take the hand of those in distress and lost in the multi-cultural, mixed ethnicity south eastern metro region of Perth - we give hope in life. 

When a young family, expecting their second-child were faced with the heart-wrenching news that their three-year-old little boy urgently needed open-heart surgery to survive, they turned to Givlife. We held their hand with financial support to buy a special bed, car-seat and provide food and fuel vouchers.

We work in the local community to support people who are in situations of suffering, destitution, sickness or distress, irrespective of race, creed or religious belief.

We have been operating since 2008 as a registered public beneficiary institute (PBI), with Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status.

How do we help?

We connect with those in need through our free education and self-improvement workshops and social programs, bus trips, morning and afternoon teas and lunches. We sponsor drug and alcohol-free events for youth; mother's groups for pre-schoolers; lunches for elderly non-English speakers; Women's esteem-building events.

How can YOU help?

We are entirely dependent on donations, grants from government and non-government funding bodies and fundraising to support our work with:

  • Young people from 11 - 25 years of age. Partnering with Reflect Youth group to support drug and alcohol-free events that build relationship skills, overcome self-esteem issues and encourage hope in the future. 
  • Ethnic groups and the elderly isolated through culture, language or economic situation, lacking a social network for physical and emotional support. Annual events to explore nature and have a meal together. It is through this social interaction the elderly and isolated find a new interest in life and break the isolation barrier.
  • Men and women struggling with family relationships, employment and personal identity Our Community Assistance program provides food and fuel vouchers each year worth $2,000, home help to lone men and women and struggling families and financial support for emergency housing needs on request, at least twice per year.
  • A weekly Soup Kitchen to provide food and friendship to the disenfranchised and distressed. We partner with young adults group and teams from a recovery house to reach out to those in need. 

Contact Details

164 Railway Parade
QUEENS PARK WA, 6107

Are donations tax deductible?

Yes

Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

Yes, as soon as your donation is processed.

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