Good For Nothing calls for Melbourne creatives with a heart to participate in hackathon on Oct 6

29749991_1632629326814056_8597456914714157806_o (1).jpgGood for Nothing is returning Saturday, October 6 at WeWork Collins St, proudly supporting local not-for-profits with a one day intensive hackathon.

Some of Melbourne's brightest creative and strategic thinkers will donate a day of their time to answer briefs from not-for-profits who may not otherwise afford advertising, marketing and design services.

On October 6 Good for Nothing will collaborate with SHINE for kids, a national charity that supports the children and families of people involved in the criminal justice system, and Minus18, an organisation driving social change by creating an Australia where all LGBTIQ young people feel safe. A third organisation will be announced.
30167356_1632568066820182_8651434290576821030_o (1).jpgAll projects will need help with planning, creative and technical execution across the disciplines of marketing, design, media, PR and digital. Therefore, Good for Nothing is calling for creatives with a heart who can help with graphic and UX design, art direction, copywriting, strategy, web development, project management and more.

The one day event is supported by the generous donations of sponsors WeWork, Deliveroo, Sample, COS, Carman's, Emma & Tom's, Messina and Presha Fruit who make a day's worth of do-gooding a whole lot sweeter.

Good For Nothing originated in London and currently operates in 44 locations across the world.
This is the 5th event for the Melbourne chapter, an event which attracts between 50-60 volunteers each time and that has helped over 12 local not for profits to date.

If you want to discover what Good For Nothing is all about, and what can be achieved when a community comes together, then register here for the next event on the 6th October.

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