27 February 2014
Wiley helps create a better future with Foodbank Australia
Wiley is taking their long standing partnership with Foodbank to a new level in 2014, marking it as a year of intense strategic assistance in promoting the fantastic work Foodbank is doing across Australia.
Wiley Marketing Manager Clare Mitchell shared that in the past, Wiley had donated services—in particular engineering—to assist with the logistics and storage of donated food and had also provided office space as a venue and hosted Foodbank meetings and presentations.
“This year we are keen to work more closely and strategically with Foodbank to create a greater presence for them within the industry.” Clare said.
“We are excited to help them ramp up their Social Media profile and harness the power of these platforms to maximise exposure, start real conversations and gain quality support for their work.”
“This really is the perfect partnership. Both our organisations work with similar clients and can go a long way to raising awareness of the issue of hunger in Australia. Our goal is to aid in building solid relationships for Foodbank between national donors and key industry supporters.” Clare concluded.
Who are Foodbank?
Foodbank is a non-denominational, non-profit organisation which acts as a pantry to the charities and community groups who feed the hungry. It was first established in 1992 in NSW and now has a presence in every state and the Northern Territory with distribution centres in all state capitals as well as a number of regional centres. They operate with a staff of approximately 90 employees and over 3,000 volunteers.
Foodbank is by far, the largest hunger relief organisation in Australia. Last year alone, they provided enough food for 32 million meals.
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