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Leading Travel Company Seeks NFP Organisation for Partnership


Tuesday, 8th December 2009 at 10:06 am
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A leading travel company is seeking to establish a partnership with a Not for Profit Organisation/charity for potentially 3 years

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Leading Travel Company Seeks NFP Organisation for Partnership
Tuesday, 8th December 2009 at 10:06 am

A leading travel company is seeking to establish a partnership with a Not for Profit Organisation/charity for potentially 3 years.  The company will offer an investment of around $170,000 year for 3 years (part cash, travel prizes and exposure) and staff for volunteering.

 

To apply, you must be a Not for Profit Organisation working in the area of Mental/Emotional Health.

 

The partnership is being facilitated by Cavill + Co, a company specialising in creating meaningful partnerships that benefit society. 

 

For more information about the selection criteria, or how to apply, please click here.  Applicants are advised to ensure they read the Travel Company Criteria www.cavill.com.au

 

Expressions of interest will be accepted until Monday 11 January, 2010.

 



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