I began Goodwill Wine as a way to reward the supporters of good causes with good value wines, and so it is the curating of the wines that takes precedence over everything else in the business.
Black Saturday survivor David Laity knows first-hand the work volunteers do in an emergency.
These are seriously good wines, sold in 6 and 12 bottle cases at below retail prices.
Shout dad a drink with Goodwill Wine. Half the profits go towards a charity or non-profit organisation of your choice.
Goodwill Wine buys small parcels of premium wines from Australian vineyards and sells it by the case to buyers like you and me. The novelty is we get to nominate a charity to receive a portion of the profits.
Fundraising has had a bad wrap but Goodwill Wine changes all that. The wines are from nop notch wineries.
David says that his perspective fundamentally shifted after being on the receiving end of goodwill after the fires.
Purchase your wine selection from Goodwill Wine and they'll give 50 per cent of the profits to your nominated charity.
Help sustain this fantastic cause and purchase wine at www.goodwillwine.com.au.
A bottle of Goodwill Wine keeps giving.