Organisations we support
Streat is a social enterprise offering disadvantaged youth a supported pathway from the street to a sustainable livelihood. A portfolio of eight hospitality businesses form the location where young people get their training and work experience, and where they generate the funds to continue this work.
Recently our senior management team enjoyed a two day strategy session in the upstairs board room of Streat in Cromwell St, Collingwood.
The facility itself is a little funky and edgy, it has a great feel and has been fitted out very impressively. Some of the great energy flowed upstairs as did the coffee and excellent food. We were well catered for in every regard by Kat and her team and look forward to returning for other offsite sessions in the future.
Would not hesitate to encourage others to use the space and catering - loved it! Thanks Streat!
Women’s Property Initiatives is a not-for-profit, women-specific, Australian Registered Housing Provider. They work with the private, public and non-government sectors to develop high-quality, safe and affordable housing.
We have worked with WPI in a pro bono capacity to upgrade old inefficient lighting in their properties to LED. This improves energy efficiency and helps the tenants save on their power bills.
We have recently completed an apartment complex in Brunswick and will soon start work on projects at Footscray and Bundoora.
In 2015, Good360 was launched in Australia with big goals; to deliver one billion dollars worth of goods to Australians in need.
Good360 helps businesses connect their brand new unsold goods with charities to help Australians in need. The goods range from clothing and health products to toys.
Ecovantage has supported Good360 by donating a considerable number of LED globes and other energy efficient products.
Who Gives A Crap began after the founders learnt that over two billion people across the world don't have access to a toilet.
After crowdfunding their start-up capital, they went on to launch production of toilet paper, tissues and paper towels - all from recycled materials. They donate 50% of profits to help build toilets and improve sanitation in the developing world.
We buy their products for our offices and urge you to support them too.
Thankyou was born in response to the world water crisis. Over 900 million people didn't have access to safe drinking water, yet the Australian bottled water industry was worth $600 million a year.
In 2008, Thankyou launched a line of bottled water to fund water projects overseas. Their product range has since expanded to over 40 products.
Thankyou spend 100% of their profits funding safe water, food, hygiene and sanitation services and more recently, child and maternal health programs around the world.