Campbell Page is pleased to announce it will be joining The VERTO Group, to create a vibrant new comprehensive employment services organisation, early in the new 2024 financial year. 

The two highly regarded organisations are united through their common purpose, mission and values. They stem from similar origins in regional New South Wales, creating meaningful employment options and social impact. 

Beginning in 1985, Campbell Page, began as a youth organisation in Narooma developing a range of employment, community and commercial services focused on our vision that people can thrive by getting a job (and keeping it) 

VERTO similarly began in the 1980’s in Bathurst, NSW and is also a not-for-profit organisation, whose vision is to reduce the disadvantage often associated with unemployment through the employment, training and community services programs they deliver. 

“It is exciting to see two award-winning not-for-profits coming together to create a larger and stronger employment, training and community services group, creating employment pathways for even more of Australia’s most complex and disadvantaged communities” says Nell Anderson, Chair of Campbell Page. “Campbell Page and VERTO together will create new opportunities and provide access to expertise and resources to help us make an even bigger difference to the people and communities we serve”. 

Campbell Page will continue to operate under its own leadership and brand, so it will be business as usual for customers, partners and our staff. 

“The Board is very confident that the change of ownership will provide Campbell Page with greater financial strength, expertise and the scale of being part of a larger organisation. We have exciting plans for our future and these are strengthened working with The VERTO Group.” Added Anderson.