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7 March 2005 at 12:03 pm
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A partnership between Australia Post and Our Community offers Not for Profits 24-hour a day access to free marketing and media advice and tools to promote their message to potential donors and supporters.

Staff Reporter | 7 March 2005 at 12:03 pm


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Australia Post Helps Communities
7 March 2005 at 12:03 pm

A partnership between Australia Post and Our Community offers Not for Profits 24-hour a day access to free marketing and media advice and tools to promote their message to potential donors and supporters.

The new online Marketing Media & Post Centre will offer Help Sheets, tools and resources to help boost the ability of community organisations to expand their support.

The centre will also assist groups in developing marketing, mail marketing and communications campaigns as well as advice on improving their media relationships.

Australia Post Managing Director Graeme John says the centre is a practical way Australia Post can assist all Australian community groups to communicate their needs for public support.

John says they are well aware of the challenges facing community organisations, particularly volunteer groups, in getting their message to the general public.

Chief Executive Officer of Our Community Rhonda Galbally applauded Australia Post for its vision in supporting a project that could benefit all community groups – regardless of their size or location.

Galbally says communication is a key part of accountability and transparency but it is also a key part of groups increasing public awareness of their programs and outcomes.”

The centre is now online at www.ourcommunity.com.au/marketingmediapostcentre.



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