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ING Announces Community Sector Partners


Monday, 14th November 2011 at 12:20 pm
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ING Direct has conducted a review of its Community Impact program and has selected community sector partners “chosen for their innovative approach to helping young people realise their potential.”

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ING Announces Community Sector Partners
Monday, 14th November 2011 at 12:20 pm

ING Direct has conducted a review of its Community Impact program and has chosen community sector partners “chosen for their innovative approach to helping young people realise their potential.”

ING DIRECT’s new charity partners are:

  1. Cerebral Palsy Alliance
  2. National Centre of Indigenous Excellence
  3. School for Social Entrepreneurs
  4. United Way: Community Impact Program

Banking staff are encouraged to donate and volunteer for these programs.

ING DIRECT CEO, Don Koch said, “These partners will help us take the Community Impact program to the next level, continue to make a real and meaningful difference in the community, and give our staff a greater opportunity to contribute.

“We believe there are great opportunities to create positive social change by delivering innovative programs that help to realise the potential of young people in our community,” said Koch.



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