To donate products.
Laser has partnered with non-profit organisation, Good360 and donated more than $25,000 worth of products, including headphones, speakers and other tech accessories, to help those in need.
Creating customised programs for businesses and corporations that allow them to donate products and services, Good360 redistributes donated products to non-profits around the globe, having distributed $8 billion worth of products since its inception.
Donating goods to help Australians in need, Good360 distributes to charities and not-for-profits which work with children and youth, the disabled community as well as community improvement and economic development projects.
Laser has been involved with the Anglicare Toys ‘n’ Tucker drive for over seven years, and has a 12 year relationship with the Sydney Children’s Hospital. From donating product, to the entire company happily volunteering their time, Laser has been involved with volunteer days, the Cancer Council Biggest Morning Tea and food donations.
Laser managing director, Chris Lau commented, “We value the difference we can make by getting involved, and helping those in need is embedded in our company culture and something our team is extremely passionate about.
“Finding the right organisation to partner with is equally important, so partnering with Good360 was the obvious choice to make sure our products reached those who needed it most.”