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Church Resources: Specials for NFPs


Monday, 26th February 2007 at 9:47 am
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Church Resources is a national Not for Profit organisation which serves all NFPs with purchasing and IT services. Originally serving Church-based organisations such as schools, hospitals and churches, they have now expanded and already serve more than 1,000 other Not for Profits.

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Church Resources: Specials for NFPs
Monday, 26th February 2007 at 9:47 am

Church Resources is a national Not for Profit organisation which serves all NFPs with purchasing and IT services. Originally serving Church-based organisations such as schools, hospitals and churches, they have now expanded and already serve more than 1,000 other Not for Profits.

According to Church Resources 43 of the 50 largest charities in Australia use Church Resources, along with 10,000 other Not for Profit organisations; generating more $20 million worth of savings each year!

Membership is free and all church and NFP groups are eligible to register and can benefit from savings and improved levels of service on a range of products from telecommunications and office equipment through to advertising, cars, travel and many more!

To take advantage of the specials below you must be a Church Resources member. To register visit www.churchresources.com.au/register.php

For more information on Church Resources and for a copy of our latest Savings Guide call 1300 CHURCH (1300 248 724) or visit www.churchresources.com.au

Save on office supplies

Church Resources’ Preferred Supplier agreement with OfficeMax means as a Not for Profit you can make great savings on all office supplies but at the same time receive a high level of service.

Church Resources members receive a minimum 5%-65% discount on all prices inside the OfficeMax Catalogue. The other benefits of using OfficeMax include: next day delivery (metro areas only), ordering made simple – you can even order online, services tailored to suit your needs and a 30 day credit account.

If you do not have an OfficeMax account, please click here AccountOpeningForm

Please note: You must be a Church Resources member to open an OfficeMax account. If you are not a member please click here www.churchresources.com.au/register to register as Church Resources member.

To order from OfficeMax call 1800 781 078

Free review of your purchasing

Church Resources will check your current purchasing free of charge and find you savings on a wide range of goods and services including Telecommunications, IT hardware and support, Electrical Goods, Aged Care Supplies, Dairy products, Vehicles, electricity and gas, office supplies and much more.

Simply provide your organisation’s bills and invoices (e.g. gas and electricity bills) for your main suppliers and Church Resources will confidentially check these against the best market pricing negotiated for Not for Profit organisations based on our $200 million plus joint purchasing. We will provide you with a report outlining where we believe you can make substantial savings.

Church Resources guarantee "there are no catches, we are a non-profit organisation and we work on your behalf. That’s our mission!"

Please call Linda Knebel at Church Resources on 1300 248 724 for further information on how Church Resources can help you save money.



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