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Displaying items by tag: Poverty

Until yesterday, I was wondering why the Prime Minister Scott Morrison, a honest Christian man who goes to church every Sunday, was not letting fly at the men who had tried to reclaim money from the poor and starving in this country and ended up with a bill of $1.2 billion in legal fees.

Published in Open Sauce
Tuesday, 10 December 2019 19:40

Change the Course of a Child’s Life this Xmas

SPONSORED NEWS (Sponsored by iTWire): As Australians start to think about the gifts they will share over the festive season, children’s education charity The Smith Family urges them to also consider stepping up to help change the course of a child’s life, by supporting their education to break the cycle of poverty.

Published in Not For Profit

Optus is undertaking a ‘Donate Your Data’ initiative in partnership with its customers to donate data to young Australians living in poverty.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Listed enterprise software company TechnologyOne and the Australian arm of global non-profit organisation Opportunity International have helped 12,000 children living in poverty through their philantrophic partnership with the goal of ultimately reaching 500,000 children and their families in need.

Published in Not For Profit

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.

Published in Strategy

Microsoft and World Vision Australia have teamed up against global poverty, announcing a $4 million software donation described as World Vision's largest corporate partnership.

Published in Deals

Mark Zuckerberg's Internet.org initiative has taken the first steps in its goal of providing global Internet with the launch of a new app in Zambia.

Published in Strategy

Facebook founder and startup posterboy Mark Zuckerberg has spoken out about global availability of the Internet, describing it as a vital service that should be made accessable to everyone across the world.

Published in Strategy

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