We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the Country. We pay respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and to Elders past, present and future.


    At House of Sadaqa we acknowledge and seek to address current issues of social disadvantage which can or is resulted to family breakdown, domestic and family abuse, financial hardship, homelessness and isolation.

    We reach out to people where the gap between government welfare agencies, NGOs and other charity organisations don’t meet essential needs when in crisis.

    With such critical and disastrous effects, we provide support for those who struggle to build on their potential capacity, to achieve independence and regain fulfillment in their lives.

    Assistance provided to the poor and the needy is on purely compassionate grounds without any distinction based on ethnic, linguistic, or religious considerations.
    Victims of Domestic Violence
    Refugees/New Starters
    Severe Financial Hardship
    Victims of Natural Disaster

    We believe that we are all each a piece of a puzzle with the same purpose and intentions, to provide aid and support for struggling members of our local community.

    Each charity we work with has it’s own specialty from providing groceries, bill payments, counseling, translation and helping the homeless to name a few.

    Together we can service our community with quality and unity.


    House of Sadaqa Home Essentials Program relies heavily on financial donations. With that money, we purchase brand new furniture and appliances to give directly to families in need.


    When it comes to fundraising, we try and not only be creative and fun but to do it in a manner that benefits others at the same time. Check out some of our exciting and beneficial campaigns.


    It is well known that the heart of a not for profit organisation is the volunteers. Volunteering your time is priceless and extremely valuable to the community. Reach out to us to get involved.