When tech-savvy church minister, Rev. Wayne McHugh arrived in Proserpine, Northern Queensland, he wanted to boost community engagement using up-to-date communications tools.
Melbourne NFP uses donor IT to assist people with disabilities to gain jobs & independence.
The Australian Mitochondrial Disease Foundation (AMDF) created The Bloody Long Walk, a 35km challenge, to raise awareness and support for those with Mitochondrial Disease (Mito). In only its second year, contributions from The Bloody Long Walk will make up 50% of AMDF’s total funds raised in 2014. It is forecasted that this figure will increase to 65% in 2015.
Rosies Youth Mission Increase Donations 23% and Average Gift 100% by Implementing eTapestry®
Group Training Organisation PEER VEET provides an efficient training hub for students
Opening up a world of communication and possibility
Victoria Disability Service Spurs Independent Home-living with Reactive Home Care
Microsoft donations, in conjunction with additional discounted hardware from Connecting Up meant CNC were able to implement a new IT infrastructure that cost $2000, instead of approximately $20,000 at regular pricing – a total saving of $18,000!
With over 150 staff working in 5 separate offices and providing a number of out-of-office services, Sunraysia Community Health Services (SCHS) are using donated technology to help their staff communicate better for improved service delivery.
Lutheran Community Care (LCC) provides community services on behalf of the Lutheran Church in South Australia and Northern Territory. They support communities through responding to the needs of individuals and families, community development, learning opportunities, accommodation and support.