Optus supports Digital Thumbprint with Kids Helpline. This is a free, early intervention and prevention program for primary school-aged students in Australia. Kids Helpline counsellors deliver in-classroom support programs via video conferencing technology. There are eight curriculum-aligned topics that aim to promote digital respect, responsibility, resilience and empathy and online safety.
Optus services over ten million customers each day. It provides a broad range of communications services including mobile, telephone, business network services, internet and satellite services. Optus says ‘Yes’ to supporting and investing in community, with a mission to help vulnerable youth achieve their full potential and enjoy a bright future, through the use of technology and life-enhancing programs and community grants.