Introduction

Campbell Page began as a small association of community-minded citizens on the New South Wales South Coast in 1985 assisting disadvantaged youth through training, support, and fostering enterprise in the region. Since those early days we have matured into a large not-for-profit organisation helping many thousands of Australians find employment.

Today, Campbell Page supports local, state and federal governments with community and employment services. These include the Commonwealth’s Disability Employment Services and ParentsNext programs. The company also remains close to its heartland by running homelessness and youth services in New South Wales’ Eurobodalla area.

In running these programs, Campbell Page maintains the highest levels of corporate governance, starting with a skills-based governing body comprised of experienced non-executive directors. The board meets regularly to set our strategic direction and monitor the progression of our short, medium, and long-term goals. As a registered charity and an endorsed public benevolent institution, the board’s activities are guided by both the Australian Institute of Company Directors’ Not-for-Profit Governance Principles and the ACNC Governance Standards.

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