TNF recently received funding for a partnership initiative with the Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Educational Centre (DAMEC) to assist in providing better practice in dealing with diversity of backgrounds. The collaborative project between TNF and DAMEC aims to address culturally and linguistically diverse parents and carers’ barriers and needs in relation to alcohol and other drug use, and related issues.
Details of the Mallesons in the Community program itself and associated partnerships can be obtained via this link: www.mallesons.com/community.
Additionally, try this National Pro Bono Resource Centre website link to view a paper on Building Pro Bono Partnerships, Examples from Practice
Mallesons Stephen Jaques:
www.nationalprobono.org.au/conference/pdf/ 2003 papers/2a farnsworth.pdf.
If you are willing to assist other businesses or community groups in advice on partnerships would you provide your contact details for others to talk through any questions they may have?
Amanda Noffs General Manager Ted Noffs Foundation PO Box 120 Randwick, NSW 2031 email@example.com ph: 83836617 direct line
Jane Farnsworth National Pro Bono Coordinator Mallesons Stephen Jaques Level 60 Governor Phillip Tower 1 Farrer Place Sydney NSW 2000 ph: +61 2 9296 2139
Please visit our website at www.noffs.org.au
Details on how to develop community partnerships are available in a paper on Building Pro Bono Partnerships, Examples from Practice
Mallesons Stephen Jaques via this National
Pro Bono Resource Centre website link: www.nationalprobono.org.au/conference/pdf/ 2003 papers/2a farnsworth.pdf.