As part of Greencap, Cm3 supports a number of causes that are aligned with the values and vision of making our world safer. Throughout the year, the team are involved with sponsorships, fundraising, awareness building, and pro-bono work to support them.

Charities and not-for-profits have been hit hard by the flow-on effects of the ongoing global pandemic. In lieu of gifts, but in the spirit of giving, Cm3 reached out to clients to get their input on the allocation of funds for special end-of-year donations to Greencap’s aligned causes.

From the set, three causes received votes:

Learn more about the causes below, including their work and how you can support them.

 

Meet The Causes

Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation
50% – Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation

The Australian Literacy & Numeracy Foundation (ALNF), believes that to be able to read and write is the key to accessing education and employment, and to participating fully in society. Greencap has been supporting the ALNF’s Wall of Hands Appeal since 2017, where 100% of the funds raised go to delivering literacy and numeracy programs in Indigenous communities across the nation.

Learn more: https://alnf.org/

Skyline Education Foundation
33% – Skyline Education Foundation

The Skyline Education Foundation provides support to academically talented students from disadvantaged backgrounds through the final two years of their secondary school education in Victoria where they may otherwise have to drop out to support their family. Greencap proudly supports the foundation through fundraising and awareness building initiatives.

Learn more: https://skylinefoundation.org.au/

Reflections
17% – Reflections

Reflections was founded in 2015 to support sufferers of asbestos-related disease, increase awareness of the ongoing risks of asbestos in the community, and promote research into better treatment outcomes for Mesothelioma sufferers. Sharing this vision, Greencap proudly commenced a partnership with Reflections in 2020 as National Risk Management Supporter.

Learn more: https://www.reflections.org.au/