Cost Benefit Analysis of the Remote Laundries project
The KPMG analysis and report holds the key to helping people understand not only the benefit of our project to Aboriginal people living in communities but for Australians more broadly through savings to the Commonwealth.
A simple, innovative, social enterprise model focussed on upstream prevention not downstream reactive measures. Providing free and reliable access to laundry facilities in remote communities via a fully automated and purpose built container. This social cost-benefit analysis (S-CBA) by design, the Remote Laundries project produces exceptional near term returns.
Aboriginal Investment Group Annual Reports
Our Remote Laundries project charity is part of a group of Aboriginal run entities owned and run by the Aboriginal Investment Group (AIG). For more information about AIG and the Remote Laundries project read the reports below: