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What does VGF stand for?

VGF stands for Vodafone Group Foundation (est. 2002)

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers
  • Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
  • Business, finance, etc.

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The programme was originally launched in New Zealand in 2003 and is now the flagship campaign of the Vodafone Group Foundation and a number of Vodafone operating companies around the world.
It has attracted the backing of the Vodafone Group Foundation, the United Nations Foundation, the European Commission Humanitarian Office (ECHO), satellite communications groups Inmarsat, Eutelsat and Vizada, telecoms companies AT&T and Cable & Wireless and the Regional Council of Aquitaine.
The money will probably be given to agencies of which the Queen is patron, Buckingham Palace said; The Government has pledged a further pounds 35m, bringing its contribution to pounds 50m and making it the biggest bilateral donor to the relief effort; Tesco has invited the British Red Cross to hold a cash collection in all its stores on the weekend of January 8 and 9, as well as making a donation of pounds 100,000 to the Red Cross; Outdoor equipment retailer Blacks Leisure Group is to donate pounds 50,000 worth of camping supplies to provide shelter to the tsunami victims; British mobile phone giant Vodafone donated pounds 1m from its charitable trust, the Vodafone Group Foundation, to the Disasters Emergency Committee and the Red Cross.
The Vodafone UK Foundation - a registered charity funded by the mobile phone company and the Vodafone Group Foundation - used its first flagship funding programme to bring together Shelter, Samaritans and YouthNet to share knowledge to prevent exclusion among 16 to 25-year-olds.
4 /PRNewswire/ -- The United Nations Foundation (UN Foundation) and The Vodafone Group Foundation (VGF), announced today a five- year plan that offers the latest telecommunications technology to support United Nations (UN) emergency response missions worldwide through funding to Telecoms Sans Frontieres (TSF), a humanitarian NGO equipped to deploy rapid response telecom teams within 48 hours of a disaster anywhere in the world.