oneZero supports Raise Foundation with $10,000 donation

August 28, 2019

The donation continues oneZero’s 10-year anniversary celebration

oneZero Financial Systems, a global leader in financial technology development, donated $10,000 to Raise Foundation, an Australian charity that provides mentoring programs for young people in high school and in the community. oneZero’s donation includes sponsorship of Sparkle Ball, the organization’s annual fundraising event.

“We are honored to support the mission of Raise Foundation. They share many of the same values as oneZero, including respect, integrity, and excellence,” said Andrew Ralich, CEO of oneZero Financial Systems. He added, “We believe it is important to support the local communities of our global offices.”

“We thank oneZero for their generous donation to Raise Foundation and for sponsoring Sparkle Ball which raises valuable funds to provide mentor programs for young Australians. This contribution means we are putting on the biggest and best Sparkle Ball to date and will directly impact the fundraising total on the night,” said Vicki Condon, CEO of Raise Foundation.

Raise Foundation is a powerful youth mentoring movement creating thriving communities across Australia. The organization’s mission is to impact youth wellbeing and engagement through early intervention mentoring programs in schools and communities and their purpose is to ensure young people feel heard, valued and supported.

This donation is part of oneZero’s larger corporate responsibility initiative of donating $10,000 to 10 charities over a ten-month period to honor a decade of operations.

Read more about oneZero’s 10th-anniversary.

About Raise Foundation

Raise Foundation is a registered Australian charity which provides mentoring programs for young people in high schools and in the community. Our mentoring programs provide a community of support around young people. Mentoring from a positive role model during the critical teenage years provides a nurturing pathway for young people to feel supported. For more information, visit https://raise.org.au/