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Konica Minolta Matches Staff Giving & Supports Volunteers


Konica Minolta Australia has announced a range of responses to the Australian bushfire crisis. The company released a statement in mid-January, saying it would do what it could to help customers and communities.

Konica Minolta’s people, it said, are keen to help communities get back on their feet through the company’s workplace giving Bushfire Appeal, and Konica Minolta says it will match their donations to the tune of $10,000, which is in addition to its regular matched giving program.

To help those actively working in bushfire affected areas, Managing Director Dr David Cooke announced a special “state of emergency” leave provision, entitling staff that are volunteering with emergency services up to two weeks of paid volunteering leave.

“As we continue to read about the short and long term effects of the devastating bushfires still burning around our beautiful country it makes us realise even more how connected we all are to each other and our planet,” the statement said.

“Our thoughts are with all of the people and animals who have been affected, and we’ll continue to work with our employees, our customers and communities to do what we can to help.


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