GIVING BACK

A great country is more than the economy; we also need great schools, a clean environment and excellent healthcare. To meet these and other social challenges, the economy at large is increasingly reliant on the not for profit / charitable sector to do much of the heavy lifting.

These sectors however are faced with frequent changes in legislation, funding models and reliance on technology that they are unable to access as the economy rapidly changes.

As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility Program, PS+C is committed to making an impact in the community by working alongside not-for-profit and charitable organisations. The below list outlines the types of work we can help with.

Where applicable, we are able to provide a limited amount of pro-bono work in the following fields:

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Some recent projects PS + C have supported include:

Hack the Reef

Myriad and James Cook University teamed up to create Hack the Reef, a hackathon event aimed at finding solutions to problems facing the Great Barrier Reef such as pollution, bleaching and environmental degradation. PS+C provided staff to help run and facilitate the hackathon event.

www.myriad.org/hackthereef

FareShare

PS+C provide development and support services to FareShare via Salesforce. FareShare rescues food that would otherwise go to waste and cooks it into free nutritious meals for people in need.

www.fareshare.net.au

Pension Reforms

Pension Reforms is a website that has offered free access to policy issues, academic reports and research relating to the issues affecting retirement, lifestyle and an globally aging population. PS+C supplied development efforts using Salesforce in the creation and maintenance of the site.

www.pensionreforms.com

St Kilda Mums

St Kilda Mums recycle nursery equipment including cots, prams and car seats, as well as clothes and other baby essentials.
PS + C built an iOS app to display vital information relating to baby products. That information consists of any recall data and how to return products if required or seek assistance.

www.stkildamums.org/