VERTO has used the festive season as an opportunity to donate to 12 Australian-based charities in the hope of making a small difference to the lives of the less fortunate.
The 12 Days of Giving campaign saw VERTO employees nominate charities to receive a $200 donation and promotion for the services they offer on VERTO's social media channels.
"VERTO is proud to support Australian-based charities and the wonderful work they do with the vulnerable during Christmas," VERTO chief executive officer Ron Maxwell said.
"For many, 2020 has been the most difficult year ever, so we wanted to give something back to charities who have had their resources stretched to the limit during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"All charities were nominated by VERTO's team members because they are passionate about the services they provide to our local communities."
The charities chosen include Lifeline Australia, Melanoma Institute Australia, The Salvation Army Australia, Epilepsy Foundation, Mama Lana's Community Foundation, The Keys of Life Foundation, Stroke Foundation, Pets of the Homeless Australia, headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation, Maddie Riewoldt's Vision, Kidney Health Australia and Women Up North Housing.