Community Partners

We have found that the most efficient way to distribute our knitted items is through community partner organisations within Australia. These organisations deal with a myriad of people undergoing hardship such as those who are homeless, refugees, children who are at risk, remote indigenous communities, women in refuges and families who are struggling to make ends meet.

We supply our items to over 250 Community partner organisations. These are Public Benevolent Institutions, charities and government agencies. They fall into the following broad categories:

•    Crisis accommodation
•    Emergency relief
•    Family support services
•    Food distribution vans
•    Government funded community support services
•    Homelessness services
•    Hospital social work departments
•    Organisations dealing with children at risk
•    Organisations helping refugees
•    Outreach Missions eg Sacred Heart Mission
•    Women's refuges

For a complete list of all the organisations that help kogo achieve its goals, please email info@kogo.org.au

 

Some of our wonderful community partners

Community Information Glen Eira
Tweddle Child and Family Health Service
Southern Peninsula Community Support and Information Centre
BayCISS
Doncare
St Kilda Mums
Migrant Information Centre Eastern Melbourne
Avalon Centre
Anchor Lilydale
Hobson’s Bay Community Information Inc
Lighthouse Foundation
Community Support Frankston
Darebin Information Volunteer Resource Service
Family Life - Transforming lives for stronger communities

Donate & Help us to spread the warmth!

Your donation to kogo can help to make a difference to people who are sleeping outdoors or living in crisis accommodation or refuges as well as remote indigenous communities, children who are at risk or young, disadvantaged mums.

With your support we can spread the warmth with our hand knitted winter woollies to more of the vulnerable people in our community. A warm scarf, beanie or blanket that’s been hand knitted with love will warm the heart as well as the body. Make a difference and donate now.

  • Kogo was established in 2004
  • The kogo team are all volunteers
  • Our volunteers knit/crochet a range of items
  • The finished products are distributed to people in need
  • In 2014 kogo distributed 50,000 hand knitted/ crocheted winter woollies