Grace Gives Recipient 2019: Abacus Learning Centre

Abacus is Australia’s first organisation to offer centre-based ABA therapy, with programs that are designed to help children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to live their lives to their fullest potential. They operate as a not-for-profit organisation offering an ‘innovative and flexible service’, which is fully adaptable to the needs of the child. All income, including … Continued
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Grace Gives Recipient 2019: Firstchance Inc.

Little Ones is a Firstchance Inc. program that supports parents during the initial period from finding out their child has a disability. This type of news can serve as shock and stir unexpected emotions in families. There are many challenges to work through and it can be extremely overwhelming for families who aren’t prepared for … Continued
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Grace Gives Recipient 2019: Australian Dysphonia Network

Australian Dysphonia Network is ‘a place for people affected by voice disorders’. ‘Dysphonia’ means ‘difficulty making voice sounds’ and is a problem with the larynx (voice box). It’s a not-for-profit organisation that creates creates awareness around the often under diagnosed condition across Australia. “We want to change that by bringing those affected into the conversation … Continued
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Grace Gives Recipients 2019

Every year Grace demonstrates its commitment, support and appreciation for our Australian and New Zealand communities by giving back to those who need it most. Grace Gives is an initiative which has been running for 3 years and our network continues to grow year on year, granting more gifts and raising more awareness for great … Continued
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Paper based workflows

Going Paperless Benefits your Business

In today’s technology-obsessed society, our lives are increasingly going digital. With more and more of our personal lives being conducted on smart phones and other electronic devices, most of the business world is now conducted online too. But paperless document management isn’t just essential for keeping up with the rest of the world, it could … Continued
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Hotel room FF&E

Australia’s Hotel Sector Shaping up for 2019

The nation’s hotel and accommodation sector has been growing in the past few years and continues to do so in the new year with 2019 showing an increase for demand of rooms. The Australian tourism sector also reports growth in the domestic and international visitor markets which are currently at a historically lower level. Continued … Continued
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Fine art storage

How does Temperature and Humidity Affect Fine Art?

For many years, museums and galleries have been monitored by conservationists who sought to prevent damage to fine art caused by humidity and temperature changes. As a result, museums have kept everything at approximately 21 degrees Celsius (70 degrees Fahrenheit) and 55 per cent relative humidity. This has been helped with mechanical air-conditioning, heating and … Continued
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Donate Your Unwanted Items to Vinnies

If you’re moving house during the festive season, you’ve probably noticed that you have quite a bit of unwanted, good quality items lying around. Moving house is the perfect time to declutter, but with so much involved in the process of relocating, selling it or finding it a new home can be time consuming, stressful … Continued
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