Baptist World Aid Australia Revenue and Competitors
- Baptist World Aid Australia has 63 Employees.
- Baptist World Aid Australia grew their employee count by 5% last year.
Baptist World Aid Australia Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is Baptist World Aid Australia?
Baptist World Aid Australia is a not-for-profit Christian organisation, committed to empowering the world's poor to lift themselves out of poverty. Baptist World Aid Australia recognises that people living in poverty are trapped because they lack access to adequate resources and opportunities. Our work addresses this equipping poor families and their communities to tackle to root causes of poverty affecting them and enjoy the life of well-being that God intends for them. Baptist World Aid Australia's team of dedicated staff, volunteers and board members work together towards our vision of a world where poverty has ended and all people enjoy the fullness of life God intends. We are committed to valuing each person who works for the organisation both paid employees and volunteers. It is part of our mission to create a professional and enriching environment for staff and Board as they serve in the name of Jesus. We reserve the right to delete posts that are: Inaccurate or misleading Threatening, abusive, defamatory, harassing, offensive, infringes intellectual property rights or is unlawful in any way Successively off-topic or repetitive Repetitive solicitations or advertisements Personal requests for assistance or NGO requests for aid. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Anything not in line with our Child Safe Code of Conduct https://baptistworldaid.org.au/about/policies-and-documents/child-safe-policy/ For questions, comments or concerns regarding these guidelines, please email us at email@example.com:N/A
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Baptist World Aid Australia News
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