Not-for-profit employment and training services provider, VERTO, has today announced the signing of a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ronald McDonald House Charities in Sydney, Northern NSW, and Central West.
Under this partnership, VERTO pledges an annual contribution of $10,000 to each of the three chapters over the next three years, totalling $90,000 in support. In addition to financial backing, VERTO will offer its respected training and apprenticeship services to benefit the charities’ operations and community initiatives, and members of the community using the houses.
“VERTO is committed to making a tangible difference in the lives of the individuals and communities we serve,” VERTO CEO Ron Maxwell said.
“This partnership signifies our continued support of Ronald McDonald House Charities. VERTO has proudly made more than $70,000 in contributions over the past three years that support their mission of providing comfort and care to families during extremely challenging times.”
VERTO, as an award-winning not-for-profit organisation and a registered charity, builds upon its ongoing commitment to giving back to those in need, contributing to the betterment of local communities and developing meaningful skills for all Australians.
“On behalf of RMHC Chapter’s in Northern NSW, Sydney and Central West, we are grateful for this partnership with VERTO,” CEO of RMHC Northern NSW Ross Bingham said.
“Their generous donation will make a real difference for families with seriously ill children who need our support so they can focus on what’s important – their child’s recovery.
“We are also extremely grateful to VERTO for providing access to training, apprenticeships and support for seriously ill or injured children and their families. This additional, professional support will continue to make a positive impact to families supported by Ronald McDonald House Charities beyond their stay with us.
“As an organisation that relies heavily on the support of the community, we can’t thank VERTO enough for this support and this ongoing partnership. Together we can make a difference for seriously ill children and their families.”