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ARN partners with UnLtd to help improve lives of disadvantaged young people

The Goodness Project is a new internal initiative at ARN

ARN has launched The Goodness Project in partnership with social purpose organisation UnLtd, which helps improve the lives of disadvantaged young people.

The Goodness Project is a new internal initiative as part of ARN’s Corporate Social Responsibility program and will see employees from across the company team up to use their expertise and creativity to help charities make a difference in the community. ARN will be working across specific projects with charities batyr and Musicians Making a Difference.

batyr CEO Sam Refshauge, ARN Chief Marketing Officer Anthony Xydis, UnLtd Head of Social Partnerships Rachel Troy, ARN National Performance and People Director Marisa Daras

The first project kicked off this month with batyr, an organisation that focuses on delivering education and programs that educate young people about mental health and encourage open conversations about it, as well as seeking help when needed.

Photo: ARN CEO Rob Atkinson, batyr CEO Sam Refshauge

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