Not-for-profit organisations, VERTO and Campbell Page, have today announced they will join forces to deliver enhanced and expanded employment, training, apprenticeship and community support services across Australia.
VERTO Chief Executive Officer, Ron Maxwell, is particularly excited about the possibilities of the two organisations working together moving forward.
“Campbell Page has been a leader in the employment, disability, training and community support sectors for almost 40 years, and together we expect to deliver enhanced outcomes for our clients and communities,” Mr Maxwell said.
VERTO Chairman, Andrew Abel, echoed those sentiments, “We have admired the work of Campbell Page from afar, now we are thrilled to be working alongside them to amplify our collective impact in local communities,” he said.
“The strategic acquisition of Campbell Page brings together two leading not-for-profit, purpose driven organisations, focused on delivering meaningful outcomes for individuals and communities by leveraging the synergies of both through an extensive range of employment, training, apprenticeship and community support offerings,” Mr Abel said.
“Working together, with a truly national footprint, both the VERTO and Campbell Page Boards are excited to realise the opportunities we can deliver for our clients at a grass roots level.”
Looking to the future, Mr Maxwell added, “Together, we are committing to providing industry leading Disability Employment Services, activating a joint initiative to deliver impactful solutions to the workforce shortages in the aged care sector, and finding meaningful employment opportunities for jobseekers whilst improving environmental outcomes for local communities.”
“We will leverage the best of both organisations to ensure we continue to bring about transformative outcomes for people from all parts of Australia,” he said.
This year marks VERTO’s 40-year anniversary. For more information about the services on offer at VERTO, visit www.verto.org.au. Campbell Page has operated for over 38 years. You can learn more about Campbell Page by visiting www.campbellpage.com.au.
Together, VERTO and Campbell Page will operate from 126 sites across New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria.