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Pro Bono Australia’s WOW Guide Goes Online


Monday, 27th February 2006 at 12:02 pm
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Do you have products or services that are economical, an overproduction of goods or can offer printing at great prices? Pro Bono Australia's WOW Guide – the new site that tells charities 'Who Offers What' - is for you.

Monday, 27th February 2006
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Pro Bono Australia’s WOW Guide Goes Online
Monday, 27th February 2006 at 12:02 pm

Have you been looking for a supplier who’s sympathetic to the environment, a production company to make your latest training video or need fast printing at a great price? Pro Bono Australia’s WOW Guide – the new site that tells you ‘who offers what’ – is for you.

Our latest resource for the Australian Not for Profit sector has just gone online at www.wowguide.com.au.

The WOW Guide is free to search and use and offers the names and contact details of suppliers, products and services that are needed to make your organisation run smoothly. As well there are great monthly specials.

Pro Bono Australia’s founder, Karen Mahlab says the WOW Guide is a natural progression in terms of the resources that are being provided to the sector and compliments the fortnightly and monthly e-Newsletters and the professional volunteer service, VolunteerMatch.

Many of the suppliers and products in the WOW Guide come recommended by other Not for Profits. They understand the special needs of the sector and the often tight budgets under which they operate.

The very affordable advertising rates and a three-month free listing as an introductory offer means that a vast array of service and product providers have come on board.

Not for Profits who want to advertise their own services – such as out sourcing their call centre or in-house printing capabilities or packing and finishing centres can do so at an even further reduced rate.

Currently the WOW Guide offers products and services under 24 headings from call centres, printers, designers, PR and office suppliers, to the ‘going green’ environmentally friendly suppliers, fundraising services, finance and donor research.

The WOW Guide will also feature on the InfoXchange website.
Take a tour of the site and tap into some great people and services before the official launch and let us know your thoughts. Check it out at www.wowguide.com.au.

Watch out for the monthly specials and for the free WOW Guide ‘mouse pads’ that will be in the mail in coming months.



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