Goodwill Wine – Equal Measures of Quality and Philanthropy

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Goodwill Wine feel good facts:

  • Goodwill Wine was established in 2009 with a $15, 000 Red Cross Bush fire recovery grant 
  • They support the Australian wine making industry by sourcing quality wine from source boutique vineyards across Australia’s premium wine regions
  • The online wine shop stocks over 20 different wines at any given time 
  • Goodwill Wine partners with 150 charities and not for profit organisations to donate 50% of its sales to help them continue their great work
  • A Certified Social Enterprise, it’s independently audited and donations to charities verified
  • All wine is 100 % vegan (learn more about vegan wine here)
  • 75% of their workforce are either long term unemployed or NDIS clients
  • Goodwill Wine has donated over $282,000 to over 300 charities to date

With Australians increasingly buying premium wines online, Australian social enterprise Goodwill Wine is selling high quality re-labelled wine to contribute to the good of the world. 

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Support Charity, Drink Wine & Be Merry this Christmas with Goodwill Wines


David Laity of Goodwill WineDavid Laity lost his home and job to the Black Saturday Bushfires in 2009 in Victoria. He was lucky he didn’t lose his life, like 173 people sadly did on that fateful day. To get back on track, David received $15,000 from the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal after what is said to be one of Australia’s worst natural disasters. Overwhelmed by the support of the Australian community, David started an online wine shop with a social conscience – Goodwill Wine. Continue reading