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Big W Donates 400,000 Excess Stock Items for Xmas Charity

Published on Power Retailon December 12, 2017 In a huge coup for charitable organisations aiding Australians in need, BIG W has joined forces with NFP group Good360 has to provide brand new excess stock items to thousands of disadvantaged Australians over Christmas. Christmas is one of the happiest times of year for many Australians and their …

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Charities Encouraged to Take Advantage of Product Philanthropy

Published on Pro Bono Australia on November 6, 2017 by Wendy Williams. Alison Covington, who founded Good360 in Australia in 2015 to help companies donate leftover inventory to charitable organisations, said many organisations were still confused by the concept of product philanthropy. But she told Pro Bono News the last two years had shown it was a …

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Third Sector Award winners announced

Published on Third Sectoron September 8, 2017 And the winner is… ACNC Commissioner Susan Pascoe AM, a passionate young leader and a sustainability pioneer are among eight winners in the 2017 Third Sector Awards – an annual awards celebrating leadership with purpose and best practice in Australia’s not-for-profit sector. The winners of the Third Sector Awards, presented …

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A BIG Win for Australians in Need This Festive Season

Published on Pro Bono Australia on November 9, 2017, by Contributor . There is no greater pressure on the charitable and not-for-profit sector than at Christmas, but Good360 is successfully alleviating this stress on the sector whilst spreading good cheer, in the form of more than 400,000 products, thanks to new donor partner, BIG W. The alliance between …

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Tech Trends and How Charities Can Use Them

Published by Connecting Up Photo by Riccardo Annandale on Unsplash The 21st Century is the era of disruptive technology. Web 2.0, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence are just a few tech innovations that, once they were widely adopted, changed the way we worked. Nowadays, these technologies change rapidly and exponentially; a breakthrough in one area gives rise …

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