Through Good360, Master Lock has made a sizeable donation of combination locks, bike locks and padlocks to two charities and a disadvantaged school.
Good360 is a matchmaker, connecting surplus brand new goods donated by businesses to people in need nationwide.
Master Lock donated Combination World Dial Padlocks, Braided Steel Bike Cable Locks and Pro Series High Security Padlocks.
Drought Angels, which assists thousands of farmers across Australia, will be the recipient of the bike locks.
Midlas (Midland Information Debt and Legal Advocacy Service), which provides family law assistance, financial counselling, tenancy and disability advocacy, and emergency relief services to vulnerable community members of the City of Swan in WA, received 250 High Security padlocks.
Finally, Lomandra School in Sydney’s south-west, which works with the Lomandra Community Project (pictured above), is the recipient of the Combination World Dial Padlocks.
“We’re proud to have supported the excellent work that Good360 does in matching surplus goods to charities in need and thrilled that our products have been placed with such relevant charities that will really benefit directly from their usage,” says Steven Swinfield, product manager at Master Lock.
Since launching in 2015, Good360 has matched more than 22 million new items to people most in need. Founder and managing director Alison Covington says the matchmaker is “proud to partner with Master Lock”. The company’s “donation of brand new locks is an essential item in high demand by our member charities and disadvantaged schools,” she says.
“Every person has the right to protect their most valuable possessions.”
Those interested in learning more about Good360 can visit its website here.
Master Lock’s centennial celebrations also include a range of contests, merchandise and new product announcements throughout the year.