Work with Vinnies Victoria to give a hand up to people in need

More than 13 percent of the Australian population are living in poverty, 1.5 million people are unemployed or underemployed, the bottom fifth of households receive only 2.5 percent of wages, and a quarter of Australians live with a long-term health condition or disability1.  Under our country’s prosperous veneer, there is a significant group of people struggling to survive. With more than 12,000 volunteers throughout Victoria, Vinnies is in a unique position of being on the ground to provide a hand up to those in need.  This help can be enough to stop a bad situation from becoming worse or provide the support to break the cycle of poverty and disadvantage.

With support from the corporate community, Vinnies provides a wide range of programs and services throughout Victoria that assist more than 300,000 people annually.

Contact the Vinnies Victorian Corporate Relations Team today to discuss how we can work together to help break the cycle of disadvantage for people experiencing hardship in Victoria.

Email: or phone 03 9895 5920.

  • How to support us

    How to support us

    Vinnies Victoria offers a range of ways for businesses to support our programs assisting people experiencing hardship or disadvantage.

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  • Corporate Supporters

    Corporate Supporters

    View our current supporters and read about how their contribution is making a real difference to disadvantaged Victorians.

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  • Workplace Giving

    Workplace Giving

    Promoting small pre-tax donations through your employee payroll system is quick, easy and can make a big difference to Vinnies.

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  • Vinnies CEO Sleepout

    Vinnies CEO Sleepout

    The Vinnies CEO Sleepout sees business and community leaders sleep rough for the night to raise awareness of homelessness and money to support Vinnies homeless services.

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  • Volunteering


    Vinnies can work with you to provide corporate volunteering experiences for your employees that are educational and rewarding.

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  • Contact Us

    Contact Us

    Let’s work together to break the cycle of disadvantage in Victoria. Contact the Victorian Corporate Relations Team today.

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