A reception at Admiralty HouseMay 11, 2013
One of the benefits of pro-bono work is the occasional social gathering at which supporters can meet.
Today, representatives of companies which support Foodbank Australia, were invited to join the Governor-General of Australia and her husband at Admiralty House, Kirribilli for a formal presentation.
Quentin Bryce, together with Mr Enzo Allara, Chairman of Foodbank Australia, presented the 2012 Patron’s Award to Mr Ian McDonald, CEO of Coles, for an outstanding contribution to Foodbank.
Digital Tsunami Creative and Technical Director Mr Amir Mostofi and founder Andrew W Morse were in attendance.
Digital Tsunami has supported Foodbank in Australia with pro-bono web design, development, maintenance and hosting since 2000.
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