Our ‘Community Connectors’ Website

The first of its type – anywhere from what we can tell.

It complements our community business model that is a very different approach involving a ‘shared value’ approach where a company is tagged, rather than advertised, as a sponsor of a purpose campaign (for CBD’s) and as a matched approach for the suburbs.

It is expected that this website will present our small business partners with a quick way of matching – and hopefully supporting – one of a 100+ charities in their area

We will provide the furniture space on an annual and permanent basis. The business will be able to provide the signage (or purchase from us at cost) and be tagged on-site and on the Recommended website.

An advanced version of the system will allow city’s, for example, to rotate 104 campaigns over a year (2 sides with weekly changeover) such as those found on the AND website https://www.and.org.au/ pages/disability-related-events- calendar.html

We have trialled the system in the City of Canning to great effect. Campaigns are informative and well received allowing valuable public awareness for many NFP’s – without cost The sponsor pays $79 for the week and gains website acknowledgement. This is space that would not otherwise be affordable. Everyone benefits. Meet quickly accepts new campaigns with an average five minute changeover

This new website will make finding the best charitable fit for small businesses much easier

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