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ING Foundation Grants Rise


Thursday, 4th August 2011 at 1:28 pm
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The ING Foundation has launched a ‘new look’ grants program with a significant rise in grant dollars available for charities and community groups.

Thursday, 4th August 2011
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ING Foundation Grants Rise
Thursday, 4th August 2011 at 1:28 pm

The ING Foundation has launched a ‘new look’ grants program with a significant rise in grant dollars available for charities and community groups.

ING Direct says grants have been increased from up to $15,000 to up to $25,000, reflecting the company’s genuine commitment to make a real and meaningful difference in the community in which it operates.

ING DIRECT CEO, Don Koch says as an innovative, online bank, it is looking to support unique and innovative projects that address issues in the community which are most important to their staff, including youth disadvantage, education, youth health & mental health.

He says the ‘new look’ program is more focused and includes a more simple and straightforward application process.

Charities interested in applying should go to the ING Foundation website for more information.




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