Corporate Social Responsibility
Australasian Recruitment Company believe in giving back to society and are proud to donate part of their annual net profit to chosen charities to support those who are less fortunate.
With careful consideration, Australasian Recruitment Company chose to support Action on Addiction, Alone in London, Cancer Research UK and the Mana Aroha Foundation. These charities provide wonderful services to the community, if you would like to find out more about them, follow the links below.
Australasian Recruitment Company are committed to supporting these exceptional charities and look forward to developing relationships with other amazing charities in the future.
Action on Addiction
Action on Addiction brings help, hope and freedom to those living with addiction and those living with people who suffer problems of addiction.
The UK’s only charity working across the addiction field in treatment, professional education to honours degree level, support for families and children, research, and campaigns.
Action on Addiction live their values throughout their support to those suffering with addiction:
- Commitment – to the people they work with is at the heart of all they do and how they do it
- Independence – free to do what is needed
- Integrity – to be worthy of the utmost trust and respect
- Optimism – change is possible, potential can be realised
- Art – advancing through imagination and creativity
- Science – disciplined in the acquisition and application of knowledge
- Compassion – challenging stigma and fostering empathy
- Excellence – always learning, always aiming to improve
Alone in London
Alone in London offer support services for young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Their many services include: information and signposting; housing advice; advice on welfare benefits; help with getting into education and employment; counselling services; and mediation for young ex-offenders and their families.
Alone in London want a country free from homelessness, where everyone has a place to call home and can expect the support they need to keep it. They do not ask whether homelessness can be ended but what action can be taken to make it happen.
Cancer Research UK
Cancer Research UK pioneer research to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. They receive no government funding and progress depends purely on donations.
Cancer Research fund scientific research as well as provide education and support to people suffering from cancer and their families.
Cancer affects people all over the world. To beat it, we need to work together.
Cancer Research UK is the largest independent funder of cancer research in the world. They support the best scientists, doctors and nurses to discover new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer across the world by:
- Bringing together the world’s best scientists to tackle cancer
- Partnering with organisations in every part of the world
- Developing cancer drugs and other treatments that are used world-wide
- Providing cancer information verified by doctors, nurses and other experts
Mana Aroha Charitable Organisation
Mana Aroha is a London-based charitable organisation that works to raise awareness of and strengthen Maori and Pacific Island communities through helping young people achieve their full potential so that they can make a positive difference in their own lives and in their communities. They firmly believe that healthy and happy young people who feel connected to their communities are a key to creating positive change.
Mana Aroha aims to give young people practical support to develop skills to achieve better life outcomes and opportunities as a means to positively contribute to their communities. Their work includes celebrating Maori and Pacific Island cultural heritage on an international level through cultural exchange programmes, mentoring, workshops and special events.
At the moment, Mana Aroha prioritises vulnerable young people who live in the UK and New Zealand. However in the future, the target group will also include other young people around the world.