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Monday, 6th December 2004 at 12:12 pm
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WOW – Who Offers What? Pro Bono Australia is looking for your favourite paid suppliers who help make your organisation's job just that much easier.

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WOW - Not for Profit Resources Competition
Monday, 6th December 2004 at 12:12 pm

WOW – Who Offers What? Pro Bono Australia is looking for your favourite paid suppliers who help make your organisation’s job just that much easier.

From printers to event managers, from web site designers to office suppliers and everything in between.

Pro Bono Australia’s latest resource publication –The WOW Guide –Who Offers What is the first of its kind in Australia listing the most commonly required goods and services used by the sector.

With over forty category headings The WOW Guide will be distributed free of charge to some 15,000 Not for Profits in March 2005.

To get into the mood of our new full colour publication Pro Bono Australia is offering a $200 donation to the winning NFP in our WOW Guide competition.

Just provide the names of five or more of your favourite paid suppliers with their contact numbers and you will go into the draw for the $200 donation!

We are not asking you to give away any of your fundraising secrets or give up your favourite ‘free’ suppliers. Rather we are looking for professional and reliable suppliers for all those goods and services that are required to keep any organisation operating well!

Just send your list via email with the words WOW Guide Competition in the subject line to probono@probonoaustralia.com.au.

Those who list five or more suppliers will go into the draw to win the donation to their organisation!

Entries close on Friday, 10th December at 5pm.




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