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Mobile Donation Platform Partners with Australia Post


26 November 2013 at 9:31 am
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Australian mobile donation platform GiveEasy has formed a relationship with Australia Post to support giving to communities in need.

Staff Reporter | 26 November 2013 at 9:31 am


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Mobile Donation Platform Partners with Australia Post
26 November 2013 at 9:31 am

Australian mobile donation platform GiveEasy has formed a relationship with Australia Post to support giving to communities in need.

The relationship is part of Australia Post’s community program, Our Neighbourhood which is focused on building more inclusive and connected communities.

Andrea Pearman, Australia Post General Manager Community Relations said Australia Post is looking forward to working with GiveEasy.

“Australians have often given to their favourite charities through direct mail in our post offices, and now with GiveEasy we are helping them to give via their smartphones in a convenient way,” Pearman said.

“We believe that making giving more accessible to more Australians will only lead to more money getting to the charities and communities that need it most.

“This is especially important as we get into the spirit of giving in the lead up to Christmas.”

“The two year agreement will see Australia Post and GiveEasy work together to make giving easier than ever,” Jeremy Tobias, Business Development of GiveEasy, said.

"We believe Australia Post is the right organisation to help us further scale GiveEasy.”

The Our Neighbourhood agreement comes as GiveEasy celebrates its one year anniversary.

“The Australia Post agreement puts the icing on the cake for this year and we look forward to continuing to working with Australia's Not for Profit sector, both big and small organisations in 2014 and beyond,” Tobias said.

The GiveEasy App is available on iPhone, iPad and Android devices and can be downloaded from the respective Apple App store and Google Play stores.


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