Good360 Welcomes New Advisory Panel Member

Good360 Australia, a charity that connects excess goods with people in need, has welcomed an addition to its Advisory Panel: David White. White is a partner in Deloitte’s Assurance & Advisory practice. The appointment follow the stepping down of Founding members Paul Greenberg and Paul Forrester from the Advisory Panel.

Alison Covington, Managing Director of Good360, was excited to have  a new face and insight on board. “Our incoming Advisory Panel Member bring diverse skills and experience. David recognise the unique solution we provide to business by connecting excess product to people in need and wanted to be part of the team creating this change in Australia ” Alison Covington, Managing Director and founder of Good360 Australia, said.

Covington also acknowledged the role of Paul Greenberg and Peter Forrester, who were founding members of the Advisory Panel. They have been crucial to establishing Good360’s presence in Australia, and have provided valuable support and guidance in Good360’s pivotal start up period.

“ It has been a pleasure and honour to have been a small part of the foundation advisory panel for Good360. Alison and her tenacious team of supporters has created a significant groundswell with Good360, from the ground up. I welcome the new talented advisory panel members, who bring fresh legs and outstanding talent to ensure the initial momentum will continue to swell” Paul Greenberg, Executive Chairman, founder for NORA Australia’s newest retail industry collective, said.

David White – Advisory Panel

David is a partner in Deloitte’s Assurance & Advisory practice. With over 16 years of providing assurance and advisory services to a range of clients, David specialises in the retail industry and leads Deloitte’s National Retail, Wholesale & Distribution Group. He trained and worked in London for 7 years before relocating to Sydney in 2005 and has extensive knowledge of the UK and European retail markets. David has a reputation for first class client service, providing pro-active and practical advice, and managing highly complex assignments.


About Good360

Good360 connects businesses that have goods with charities who need them, with an ongoing positive impact on the environment and on communities big and small.   GOOD360’s aim is to provide charities of all sizes and causes nationwide with access to vital corporate product donations enabling them to save money, expand programs and strengthen their impact.

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