Brisbane-based enterprise software-as-a-service company TechnologyOne (ASX:TNE) has expanded the reach of its charity foundation for 2018 - with a pledge to help 500,000 children and their families in India free themselves from poverty – through a new partnership with Opportunity International Australia.
The Australian “activity guide” with discounts, known as “The Entertainment Book”, is still in print, but has finally gone digital, too.
The average Aussie donates about $200 per year – some a whole lot more and some less. Canon wants to make it easy to donate and help the Cancer Council Australia, Australian Red Cross and Starlight Children’s Foundation.
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