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a team that cares.

Without our people, we'd be nothing. With a diverse range of skill sets and experience we're a team who are passionate about making a real difference in the world and we always do it with a smile.

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what we do

Our aim is to provide:

  • unique clothing to children who have a need no matter who or where they are;
  • an opportunity for law enforcement and emergency services organisations to build legitimacy and trust with communities;
  • an opportunity for retirees and other community members to support a charitable program, build social cohesion and expand their social networks;
  • an opportunity for children and the wider community to understand the importance of respecting our natural environment and fauna;
  • an opportunity to recycle, be more sustainable and reduce landfill;
  • an opportunity for uniforms to continue to protect and serve our community.

 

The following partners have pledged their support and commitment to the U4K program by continuing to donate their old uniforms:

  • Australian Federal Police;
  • Australian Border Force;
  • Queensland Fire and Emergency Services;
  • Queensland Police Service; and
  • Australia Zoo.

All our clothes are unique. There is no limit to the imagination and skills of our volunteers. Uniforms 4 Kids innovative program repurposes donated law enforcement, emergency services and Australia Zoo uniforms (which would have otherwise been disposed of), into beautiful clothes for children who have a need no matter who they are or where they are located.

This is an opportunity for front line officers, other emergency services personnel and wildlife officers to connect with children and families in ways that they are not usually able to do. In turn this creates a broad trust relationship that serves to engage with and protect children and their families.

These clothes are distributed through our Partners directly or through any organisation, charity or group who assists and supports children who would benefit from the provision of these clothing items. To date more than 5,000 items of clothing have been provided to charities, domestic violence shelters, remote communities and other approved recipients.