Targeted giving

We at NWAICA have many ways of providing assistance and support to our community members. One way is by making sure to link up with fantastic partners, such as GIVIT.


Juliette Wright – Founder and CEO of GIVIT


GIVIT is a national not-for-profit connecting those who have with those who need, in a private and safe way.

GIVIT is a web-based philanthropic community that offers a simple yet effective method for allocating items to people in need.

People can register to donate almost any new or quality used item. GIVIT has the following guideline for what “quality” means: “If you would give it to your mother, your sister or friend – it’s good to give!!” (Juliette Wright – Founder).

Charities or Not-for-Profit organisations can register to request and receive items on behalf of clients.

This means that NWAICA can require essential items on behalf of local community members in need.

Check out GIVIT’s webpage here.

Quality refrigerators are amongst the items people request and donate through GIVIT. Image:

Quality refrigerators are just one of  the items people request and donate through GIVIT.

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