Enactus Australia News

From The Chairman

Dear Colleagues,

Welcome to our November Newsletter.  

It was San Jose, California's turn this year to host the 2018 Enactus World Cup which was a huge success. 

Our congratulations go to the winning team Canada - Lambton College which was a very well deserved win.

Our Congratulations also go to our National Champions -Queensland University of Technology who did Australia proud at this year's World Cup event. They were rated extremely well by the judges for clarity of their presentation and will be working hard to increase the scalability and impact of their projects for 2019. The Judges were also impressed by the social issues they addressed with projects that have a sound commercial potential.

On a National level we will again next year be continuing with the Regional Committees  to strengthen our grass roots involvement with both partners and universities in 2019, and to prepare our students for our National Competition in July.

Thanks again to all of our stakeholders for your on-going support of the program here in Australia. 

We are extremely pleased to advise that we now have been granted approval by the Australian Taxation Office for individuals or organisations to receive a tax benefit when they make a financial donation to Enactus Australia Limited.

As you know, we are a small Not For Profit with a very big job to do, so we would very much welcome your support.

A donation of just $250 per year, or around $20.00 per month is just 2 cups of coffee per week!

We need your help to keep us growing. 

To make a donation to Enactus Australia please visit our webpage www.enactusaustralia.org.au  and click on the donations Icon at the bottom of the page. 

 

Mark G. Smith
FAMI CPM FAIM FAICD
Chairman, Enactus Australia Ltd

 

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