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The New Face of Pro Bono Australia Online!


Monday, 22nd January 2001 at 12:01 pm
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Forums, polls, surveys and directories and even the e-Newsletter are now all online at the new look Pro Bono Australia web site.

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The New Face of Pro Bono Australia Online!
Monday, 22nd January 2001 at 12:01 pm

Forums, polls, surveys and directories and even the e-Newsletter are now all online at the new look Pro Bono Australia web site.

These are just some of the new features for 2001 that we hope will make your job easier and connect you to other like minded organisations in the Not for profit sector as well as professionals and corporations willing and ready to help!

Our plans to promote e-Philanthropy and resource the Not for Profit sector in the New Year are BIG.

Our online Forum gives you the chance to have your say on many current issues or you can simply start a new discussion on a topic of your choice.

Instant Polling is another new feature that will provide us with some great statistics about what’s happening out there….as well as giving your organisation the opportunity to use the feature for your own research needs.

If you have any ideas for a polling question just let us know via the web site or by e-mail.

The e-Newsletter, written and produced by Editor, Lina Caneva is also available on the site. Scan the fortnightly feature story or read the full reports with just a click of the mouse. Libraried stories from previous editions are also available and can be searched by key words and editions.

Of course, a synopsis of our e-Newsletter will still be delivered via e-mail to your computer each fortnight allowing you to click onto the individual story of interest or to the full e-Newsletter.

And we have been busy over the Festive Season researching ideas, issues and even tools that will get your New Year off to a great start. So keep visiting our web site for details!



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