21 July 2015

New Workplace Giving partnership with RACS

In June 2015, KWM in Sydney celebrated its new Workplace Giving partnership with the Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS) with a night noodle market. Staff in Sydney were given the chance to sample Iranian kebabs and Indian pakoras made by refugee chefs and to listen to the delightful sounds of an Iranian band.

RACS is a NSW community legal centre specialising in providing advice and casework to disadvantaged individuals and families seeking safety in Australia. Assisting some of the most vulnerable people seeking asylum, RACS provides numerous services. It offers clients in the community and in immigration detention across Australia (including Christmas Island) fee-free legal support.


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