Six non-profit organisations received a major boost from Vodafone ATH Fiji Foundation with the signing of the one year memorandum of understanding today.
The six volunteer organisations have been chosen to work for the charity of their choice and have been assigned the tasks to bring multi fold benefits in partnership with various charities and multiple stakeholders.
For the non-profit organisation this is a great venture and the funds provided with cater for the outreach work and for administrative purposes.
Over 100 volunteers have benefited from the program since its inception in 2010. It’s a global flagship program which is now localised to enable communities to benefit from programs that matters to them the most.
The six volunteers organisations are Lifeline Fiji, Rotary Pacific Water for Life Foundation, Capacity Building & Storytelling, Hakwa Foundation, Western Charity Alliance and Spiral Injury Association.