Looking for ways your business can give back to the community?

genU Inclusion has a number of established events offering support options that might be just right for your business.

We do all of the hard work for you, from finding opportunities that suit your needs through to organising and liaising with all involved parties, including the media.

genU Inclusion also provides post-project support, producing all required reports, acknowledgements and any other required publications.

A popular way for businesses to provide community assistance is to donate the time of its employees to community projects.

This can vary from small jobs like tree planting, through to full day events such as constructing a community garden or assisting with a community meals program. Even just a few hours can make a big difference!

Alternatively, genU Inclusion can help with community activities that are as simple as the donation of pre-loved office equipment or sharing your professional skills such as accounting, graphic design or plumbing services, in order to assist an agency to achieve a particular goal.

Giving back to the community can open doors to great networking opportunities!

A business membership with genU Inclusion gives you a double pass to our quarterly breakfasts, where you can enjoy breakfast while meeting other community-minded business people and hearing from fantastic guest speakers about their recent community engagement and Corporate Social Responsibility endeavours.

genU Inclusion’s annual events also provide great networking opportunities, such as the Workplace Big Day Out, which brings employee volunteers together for a day of inclusive activities with people with a disability.

genU Inclusion services are exclusive to our Business Members.

Membership benefits:

  • A double pass to the quarterly breakfasts
  • Network with other community-minded businesses
  • Hear from guest speakers about what’s happening in your community
  • Discover how your business can both contribute and benefit
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