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TheInternetPrinter is committed to community groups. In fact 10% of all printing receipts are given to community groups (excluding shipping/postage costs). You can select your designated community group when you open an account, or when you place your order. You cannot complete an order unless you nominate a community group from our list. Once you have nominated your preferred community group, then that organisation will be eligible to receive a donation equal to 10% of the value of the purchase (excluding shipping/postage costs).
The first page you will visit when you make a purchase is the relevant product page (e.g.: offset printed standard business cards).
The second page is the "Select a Community group" page. You cannot proceed past this page unless you select a community group from our list.
Selecting a community group is easy.
- If you are searching for a particular community group, the place that specific community group's name in the box marked "A" (see below) and click "Search". Alternately, you can search for a community group by way of the State or Territory in which it is located and the type of group it is (e.g.: Lions Clubs or yatch Clubs) — see the drop-down menus marked "B" below.
- Once you have selected your community group it will be highlighted at the top of the grey box (see "C" below) and you proceed with your order — Lions Australia is the community group that was selected in the below example.
If you wish to promote our community-oriented printing service, then why not place a link to us on your website.
The best type of links contain the hyperlink within the text. An example is:
TheInternetPrinter.com.au is a community-based printing company whose products include: business cards, full colour postcard printer, stationery printing and laser printer safe letterhead printing, and all at discounted prices.
The code for the above link is:
<p>TheInternetPrinter.com.au is a community-based <a href="http://www.theinternetprinter.com.au/">printing company</a> whose products include: <a href="http://www.theinternetprinter.com.au/info/Business_Card_Printer.aspx">business cards</a>, <a href="http://www.theinternetprinter.com.au/info/Postcard_Printer.aspx">full colour postcard printer</a>, <a href="http://www.theinternetprinter.com.au/info/Stationery_Printing_Information.aspx">stationery printing</a> and <a href="http://www.theinternetprinter.com.au/info/Laser_Printer_Safe_Letterhead_Printing_Information.aspx">laser printer safe letterhead printing</a>, and all at discounted prices.</p>
Get Your Community Group Listed on TheInternetPrinter
If you want your community group to become eligible to receive donations equal to 10% of all printing sales (excluding freight/postage), then please feel free to contact us.
You are free to nominate your community group and, if we accept that nomination, then your community group will receive a donation from us when a person buys some printed materials from us and selects your community group as the preferred donee. Details about what we need are below.
Types of Community Groups Eligible to Receive Donations
We list a wide range of Community Groups. However, all groups MUST benefit the community. So, the types of community groups to which we want to donate include:
- Schools (both government and independent schools);
Sporting Clubs. For example:
- Sailing Clubs;
- Football Clubs;
- Athletics Clubs;
- BMX Clubs;
- Cricket Clubs;
- Croquet Clubs;
- Cycle Clubs; and
- Karting Clubs;
Service Clubs. For example:
- Lions Clubs;
- Rotary Clubs;
- Apex Clubs;
- Social Clubs;
- Welfare Groups;
- Non-government Organisations (NGOs);
- Medical Research Foundations;
- Religious Communities (but only the moderate ones);
- Scouting, Youth, and Children's Groups;
- Professional Associations;
- Hospitals (government and independent, but they must be 'not for profit');
- Car Clubs;
- Animal Welfare Groups;
- Artistic & Cultural Groups; and
- Scientific Research Institutions.
We will need to get some details from you, so have a read of the information we need (listed below) and then contact us.
Community Group's Normal Name: (e.g.: Barfeld Fishing Club) _______________________
Community Group's Proper Name: (e.g.: Barfeld Angling Club Inc) _______________________
Community Group Contact Person’s First and Last Names: _______________________
Community Group Contact Person’s E-mail Address (if any): _______________________
Community Group's Address for correspondence: _______________________
Community Group's Contact Telephone Number: _______________________
Second Contact Person’s First and Last Names: _______________________
Second Contact Person’s E-mail Address (if any): _______________________
Second Contact Person’s Telephone Number (if any): _______________________
If your community group wishes to receive its donation by way of direct debit, then we will need to know a little more:
Bank: (e.g.: ANZ) _______________________
Bank Account BSB Number: _______________________
Bank Account Number: _______________________
Bank Account Name: (e.g.: Barfeld Angling Club Inc) _______________________
How are community groups paid?
Community groups that give us their bank account details normally receive their donations at the end of the month (but sometmes it can take a few days to process the information).
Community groups that do not give us their bank account details will receive their donations by way of cheque. However, cheques are only sent out one per quarter (i.e.: four time per year).
Please be aware that we always retain the right to refuse to list any community group, and we always retain the right to delist a community group at any time. The refusal or acceptance to list any community group, or delisting any community group, from our donation service are made at the discretion of the directors of Printing-Online.com.au Pty Ltd, and the directors of Printing-Online.com.au Pty Ltd need not give any reason for such decisions. No community group has any right to appeal any refusal or delisting.