Monday, July 16, 2007

New Zealand Post helps nonprofits

New Zealand Post is making one and a half million free postage paid envelopes available for community organizations through its Community Post program.

Since its beginning in 1999, it has helped more than 25,000 projects run by New Zealand nonprofits .

According to a New Zealand Post press release, last year 4,200 organizations benefited from Community Post. These ranged from local Plunket, a major provider of well child health services in New Zealand, to the Maori Wardens, as well as various sports clubs and organizations supporting the disabled.

New Zealand Post national sponsorship manager, Hermione Bushong is quoted in the release as saying, "Community Post envelopes help groups because funds that would otherwise be spent on administration costs can be directed towards core community services."

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posted by Don Schilling at 12:01 AM