All eyes will be on Vision Australia over the next few months and years as four legacy organisations forge a new identity together. Graeme Bradshaw takes a look at some of the hoped-for outcomes and challenges ahead. All eyes will be on Vision Australia over the next few months and years as four legacy organisations forge a new identity together. Graeme Bradshaw takes a look at some of the hoped-for outcomes and challenges ahead. In a move likely to shake the not-for-profit sector, four of Australia’s leading blindness agencies have recently merged to form Vision Australia, a single organisation with a base of around 38,000 clients, 700 staff and 6,000…

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