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Adelaide Charities Fight Back Against Downturn


31 August 2009 at 3:39 pm
Staff Reporter
Kidney Health Australia will stage a special seminar in September to help Adelaide charities fight back against the impact of the economic downturn.

Staff Reporter | 31 August 2009 at 3:39 pm


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Adelaide Charities Fight Back Against Downturn
31 August 2009 at 3:39 pm

Kidney Health Australia will stage a special seminar in September to help Adelaide charities fight back against the impact of the economic downturn.
 
Derek Finch, the Head of Customer Operations for Kidney Health Australia says the economic downturn has hit many local charities hard, making it difficult for them to maintain their services to the most vulnerable in the community. 
 
Solution K Solution K, the call centre operation run by Kideny Health Australia, has organized the free seminar for charities with expert speakers to allow for a sharing of information of how charities are coping with the problems and a way forward to maximize opportunities in difficult times. 
 
Finch says in these times charities need to work smarter and faster utilise technology and minimize costs of fundraising itself. 
 
He says the Solution K Call Centre was originally set up by Kidney Health Australia to help fund its own services such as help lines , patient support , children’s camps and research in support of Australians with Kidney Disease and has now expanded into assisting other charities. 
 
Fundraisers FREE Seminar
Thursday 3rd September 
7,45pm to 10.30pm  
Cliftons Conference Centre
Level 1 80 King William Street 
Enquiries and Registrations PHONE 1800 454363



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