Brisbane based out-of-home provider, goa, has announced the four successful community organisations who will each receive a share in over $1million worth of media value in 2017, as a part of goa’s Community Partnerships Program (CPP).
This year goa received a record number of campaign proposals from a very competitive pool of organisations. The final recipients were chosen through a series of extensive roundtable discussions and careful consideration.
goa is pleased to announce the following organisations have been chosen as part of the 2017 Community Partnership Program (in no particular order):
Anglicare Queensland in co-operation with Khemistry;
The Great Barrier Reef Foundation;
Queensland Writers Centre; and
goa’s CEO, Chris Tyquin commented, “we are very excited to be able to partner with these organisations in 2017. We will be working closely together providing access to our extensive GRID and resources to build exposure and drive community engagement. We want to see that their initiatives flourish and drive positive action within our communities.”
The winners will have access to the goa GRID including their powerful ICONIC SERIES. goa will provide these charities with the opportunity to have their message heard in a unique way and by a massive, diverse audience of over 500,000 people per day.
Chris has said that the Community Partnership Program is “…fundamental to our identity as a company as it reflects our core values. The program is our ongoing commitment to the community and our corporate and social responsibility. We achieved some truly remarkable results with our partners this year and, ultimately, their success is our success.”
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