Camp Australia Seeks Partnership with Children’s Charity
17 September 2013 at 9:15 am
Camp Australia Foundation is seeking to create a partnership with a national Not for Profit organisation that is currently working to improve the lives of disadvantaged primary school children.
The Foundation has opened up the call to registered national Not for Profit organisations with Deductible Gift Recipient Status.
Foundation Executive Director Anthony Phillips said a partnership with the Foundation was more than receiving money.
“We believe a great partner also provides resources, in-kind support and volunteers for the cause,” Phillips said.
“We are keen to have meaningful, varied volunteer opportunities for Camp Australia team members and work with an organisation that is able to evaluate what it does and shows measurable impact and transparent reporting.”
The partnership proposal is up to $25,000 plus GST and may be offered for up to two consecutive years (2014-2015).
After one year, the partnership will be reviewed before determining whether the second year will be offered.
“At Camp Australia we believe all children should experience a positive primary education and to support this vision we created the Camp Australia Foundation, a Not for Profit organisation dedicated to helping kids shine,” Phillips said.
Applications open Wednesday, September 18 and close at 5pm on Friday, October 18. Late and/or printed applications will not be accepted.
All applicants will be notified of the outcome by mid-December. Shortlisted applicants will be asked to make a presentation before final decisions are made.