Data#3 throws support behind 12 charities for Christmas
- 04 December, 2012 11:38
Data#3 has launched its annual 12 Days of Christmas program, supporting 12 different charities.
The Smith Family has been selected as the lead charity this year. It will support five national charities and seven local charities nationally including Sydney Homeless Connect, World Vision, Down Syndrome WA, Cerebral Palsy League of Queensland, Montrose Access, Make a Wish Foundation, MS Society, Camp Quality, Keppel Rural Fire Brigade Group, Clean Up Australia and Guide Dogs Australia.
“Data#3 has a long history in supporting charitable organisations across Australia,” Data#3 group general manager, Laurence Baynham, said. “Our 12 days of Christmas program showcases 12 different charities that all have a special meaning to the Data#3 team, giving us the opportunity to support organisations that our employees are passionate about.
“Data#3 is building a national strategic partnership with The Smith Family and our 12 Days of Christmas program further assists our efforts in supporting the Learning for Life program.”
The program runs across the first 12 working days in December and aims to support charities, not-for-profit and community groups that the business has pledged to support through donations, volunteering and fundraising activities.
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