The Latest News from genU

Artists paint bright community picture at Eastern Hub

Board Chair Ingrid Williams and CEO Clare Amies recently spent time with genU artists to hear what drives them to participate in genU art programs.

Growing food and employment skills at Werribee Park

genU program participants are growing food for people in need while building skills. Thirty people with disability have been gaining horticulture experience at Werribee Park as part of their employment supports, the result of a genU partnership with Parks Victoria.

Bree’s volunteering helps alleviate loneliness for older generation

A student placement prospect has become an important volunteering commitment for Bree. The university student supports socially isolated older people in aged care and the community.

A new chapter for IPA

Sunday 30 June 2024 will be the final day that IPA is part of genU, before ownership transfers to IPA by Synergie, a specialist recruitment company with international backing.

genU and Activ merge in sector-leading transformation

West Australians living with disability will have access to more opportunities and services as genU and Activ come together, and optimise, the best of both organisations.

Rip Curl and genU partner for positive social impact

Rip Curl's 10-year collaboration with genU Business Enterprises continues to create employment opportunities for people with disability and deliver a positive social impact.

High-quality service delivery continues

genU employees show unwavering commitment to our clients and service continuity despite an online petition that has led to negative media coverage.

Q & A with Nathan, genU Allied Health Assistant

Meet genU Allied Health Assistant Nathan Tucker. He is funnelling his passion for sports and exercise into helping seniors stay healthy and happy.

Future rosy for our former head office at Riverview Terrace

Exciting times ahead for our former head office, with Riverview Terrace set for a makeover under a new owner, and our programs moving to other locations in the Geelong community.

Shared values foster positive social impact

A partnership with genU has enabled Pholklore restaurant to provide work opportunities for people with disability while streamlining their kitchen operations.