We see it as our responsibility to use our skills and resources to help others in the community.
Our people contribute their time and expertise to work on pro bono matters and other community initiatives, with a particular focus on alleviating disadvantage, advancing reconciliation, improving access to justice and promoting sustainability.
Our history of leadership in pro bono and community work has seen us lead the way on constitutional recognition, carbon neutrality, refugee rights and marriage equality.
We were the first Australian organisation to sign the United Nations Global Compact in 2001. Our most recent Communication on Progress details the ways we have continued to develop, implement and promote activities within our business to uphold the Compact's 10 principles. Visit our human rights and responsible business page to learn more.
Our community strategy focuses on using our skills and resources to benefit the community across a range of pillars, including pro bono, reconciliation, the environment, philanthropy and responsible sourcing.