KitAid Australia

It's more than just a shirt!

What We Do


— We Partner with Football Clubs

We reach out to football clubs at all levels to donate their unwanted or unused kit that we can then get out to deserving communities.  Apart from being a tremendous thing to do for the communities this can also form a pathway for clubs to scout for new players and raise their profile in new regions.  


— We encourage any company, distributor, retailer or individuals to donate kit

If you have a surplus set of kit or shirts etc, it may have been misprinted or have some sort of flaw or you need room for new stock, we will gladly accept bulk donations that we can put to good use.  For individuals a collection of different pieces of kit or football boots can go a long way in needy communities, please get your mates together and put your spare football kit in a box and send it to us.


— We form partnerships with logistics companies that can assist us

If you are able to assist us to get donated boxes of kit from their origin to our central facility (initially Darwin) we are sure to need your help at some point.  Sometimes we cannot get donated kit to the facility and as this is probably the most costly part of our distribution model we would really appreciate any offer of help, so please register your interest by getting in contact.


— We get Football kit to a central location for boxing up

Initially this was in Darwin but will be duplicated in the coming 12 months to other Australian cities, the current central location is Toowoomba in Queensland.  If you wish to volunteer your time for boxing up sessions in please contact us.

Please send kit to 

PO Box 576, Toowoomba, QLD 4350


— We build a network with other community groups and charities to get the kit to its destination

The model is built around KitAid getting the Kit donated to us then in community groups who have a pathway into needy communities collecting the kit and taking it to the destination, we also form partnerships with charities on ground at the destination who then assist with distributing the kit to needy communities.


— We build pathways into remote underprivileged communities that promote social inclusion and community involvement

By assisting these communities through football, we form lifelong partnerships with communities and the wonderful people within them who often need more support than just football shirts, but when we create a pathway it can identify other aid requirements that hopefully we can connect them to through our network.

What We aim for!

Involving Communities
Giving joy by being involved
Encouraging participation