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Corporate Social Responsibility at Westpac
- Average rating for Corporate Social Responsibility, based on 72 reviews8.5 / 10
What projects/initiatives does your employer run and what have you worked on personally?
One day a year for community support
they have just opened a new office building that has the highest green star rating possible. Westpac run multiple charity events during the year as well as a matching donations program for its employees
You can take a day off to do charity work, and there are some programs for charitable causes.
Westpac is one of the world�s most sustainable banks.
Recognised as a world leader in this space. Has won several awards, including Most Sustainable Company.
Entry level, Sydney
Westpac foundation is a part of Westpac, and I have helped out directly with the foundation.
Foundations drive CSR work and resource allocation. I've been involved with assessing community grant applications.
Main reason I chose Westpac. Genuine approach to helping improve Australia
Community volunteering day, interest free loans for buying energy efficient products, etc.
I have contributed through our workplace giving program, donating x amount of money every fortnight. We also run the Westpac City-to-South which raises money to support Westpac Choppers. The Westpac Bicentennial Foundation also provides 100 scholarships per year, forever for people in technology/innovation, those who want to strengthen ties with Asia and drive positive social change. One of my colleagues has also started a non-profit organisation called Humanidee that distributes 100% of funds to education and ensures access to nutritious food for children in Tanzania and that is a credit to the organisation - its values, attitudes and beliefs.