Green Connect works with and within our community. We connect with others to create and grow our work.

Paid work

Buy

Help us to grow by buying from us or telling others about what we do.

We sell weekly veg boxes full of fresh, chemical-free herbs and vegetables.

We offer free range meat on pre-order every three months.

We also grow produce to order for cafes, restaurants and food manufacturers.

We consult to businesses, councils and event organisers, helping to minimise the amount of waste going to landfill. We also manage waste at events to ensure as much as possible is composted and recycled.

We have reliable, hard-working staff available via labour hire for jobs in horticulture, agriculture, cleaning, waste management, construction, event assistance and general labour.

And we’re expanding our services all the time, so if you can help us to employ more former refugees and young people, and care for people and planet in doing so, we’d love to hear from you!

Volunteer

Donate

To grow our outcomes, create more jobs in a region with too few, and become fully financially sustainable through trade, we plan to scale two of our products: composting food and garden organics and fair food.

Right now, we need donations – large and small – to work with to achieve this. Donations are tax deductible.

Can you help us scale up and make a difference?

Can you help us scale up and make a difference?

Contact Will our Finance Manager on (02) 4243 1537 or will@green-connect.com.au.

National Reconciliation Week starts today and there are some great resources at https://t.co/nTzh4Ugo7X. There's no time like the present to learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories, to share that... https://t.co/ZGOt1lplbL

More on the push for Plastic Free Port Kembla, and Plastic Free Wollongong. https://t.co/B9QZsdTMpq

All around the world, communities and countries are tackling waste issues, especially single-use plastic. Here’s a particularly interesting case study. https://t.co/BjuoT6WNAb

We love being part of the Port Kembla community and initiatives like this one to bring back the paper bag and reduce single-use plastic. Nice work, Port Kembla Chamber of Commerce! https://t.co/gy7fUF2TmH

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