When Kookaburra Kids and Sage ‘met’, the attraction was mutual and the benefits since then have gone both ways, says Daniel Anderson. When Kookaburra Kids and Sage ‘met’, the attraction was mutual and the benefits since then have gone both ways, says Daniel Anderson. At first glance, Kookaburra Kids Foundation (Kookaburra Kids) and Sage might seem like an odd pairing. Sage is the UK’s largest technology company. Its website is littered with high-tech terms like cloud computing, artificial intelligence and bots. By comparison, Kookaburra Kids is a relatively small Australian nonprofit that supports kids living in families affected by mental illness. But Larry Fingleson, Co-founder and Managing Director at The…
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