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In March 2018, CDC Victoria will join the ranks of other multinationals around the world by launching its inaugural ‘Workplace Giving Program’. The new program will enable drivers and employees to donate a regular portion of their pre-tax income to five charitable organisations – which have been specifically identified in a recent staff survey.

Michelle McKersey, Community Engagement Manager said that the new initiative would elevate CDC Victoria’s ability to give back to the community on a macro level while reaching out to the charities of choice within their individual communities.

“As a value-focused company, workplace giving powerfully demonstrates CDC Victoria’s dedication to corporate social responsibility while enhancing our SPaRCQ workplace vision and enables us to forge passionate connections between management and staff.”

The five chosen charities that will benefit from CDC Victoria’s ‘Workplace Giving Program’ include:

  • Brotherhood of St Laurence
  • Give Where You Live Geelong
  • The Kids Cancer Project
  • United Way Ballarat
  • Western Chances

Find our about our SPaRCQ initiative