TCS Australia & New Zealand recently launched its pro bono community program where six not-for-profit Australian organizations will receive complimentary IT services worth over $1M (AUD).
HeartKids Australia, Cystic Fibrosis New South Wales, Hunter Medical Research Institute, The Royal Hospital for Women Foundation, The Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre and The Penguin Foundation, are the first beneficiaries to receive gratis TCS services under the community program.
Penguin Foundation board member, Dr Peter Dann, said, “The solutions provided by TCS will greatly improve our current donor systems, allowing us to invest further resources into fundraising activities which support wildlife and environment conservation activities on Phillip Island.”
According to Deborah Hadwen, CEO, TCS ANZ, technology can help address health, social and environmental challenges. “TCS is proud to offer IT solutions and consulting services to these organizations, enabling them to create a positive impact.”
The Australian health, education and environment charities are eligible to apply and avail complimentary IT services from TCS under this community program. These focus areas are also aligned to global CSR program and activities.
TCS services under program include application and website development, IT consulting and technology optimization, digitization and digital transformation, as well as software testing.
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