Removals For Hope
Removals For Hope is a not-for-profit organisation that provides supports with a humanistic lens. From listening to people’s stories and tailoring our supports, to also providing employment opportunities, we focus on building on people’s capacity to improve their wellbeing.
With our trauma-informed approach and lived experience, we think it’s important to apply trust, collaboration and choice to understand each person’s experience and to ease the transition from one home to the next. We assist with the tasks of maintaining a home or moving homes. Such as sorting and packing, decluttering, rubbish removal, furniture removals, storage, cleaning and home maintenance.
We offer fixed quotes and endeavour to work within the budget to help ease the costly time of moving house. We also assist with referrals to programs that offer brokerage.
Removals For Hope is a registered charity and NDIS Service Provider.
We provide a person-centred service to people who have difficulties in managing the tasks on their own when moving and/or maintaining their homes. The services include furniture relocation, storage, home maintenance, sorting, rubbish removal and packing. We service Sydney Metropolitan area, Greater Sydney and beyond.
Some of our service users!
Bonnie Support Services
B Miles Women's Foundation
Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ)
Community Restorative Centre
The Haymarket Foundation
Newtown Neighbourhood Centre
Mission Australia Housing
Primary and Community Care Service (PCCS)
Salvation Army Crisis Accommodation
St Vinent De Paul Lewisham
The Benevolent Society
The Gender Centre
The Women and Girl's Emergency Centre (WAGEC)
Women's Housing Co
West Connect Domestic Violence Service (WCDVS)
Youth Off The Streets
Who We Help
We assist everyone, however, we like to focus on individuals and communities in disadvantaged situations. This criteria allows us to provide a valuable public benefit to those who could not otherwise access and afford these services when moving home:
- People experiencing homelessness, including but not limited to: living in boarding houses, transition housing, coming out of incarceration and recently out of long-term stay.
- People living (or seeking to live) in government accommodation, refuges, boarding houses, hostels or other subsidized accommodation.
- People with disabilities
- People experiencing, or at risk of domestic violence or domestic family violence.
- LGBQTI+ communities
- People from CALD backgrounds
- People seeking asylum
- Children and youth at risk
- People caught up in the criminal justice system
- Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island peoples and communities
- People receiving case management
- People receiving government benefits (Jobseeker, Disability Support, Jobkeeper and Aged Care pensions).
- Low-income earners ($40,000 for singles, $65,000 for couples).