Corporate Responsibility

Corporate Responsibility

 

Corporate Social Responsibility

Worldwide has worked with various charities in the past few years and we are proud to be associated with such worthy causes. Our nationwide Centres also invest resources into supporting various charities and community projects throughout Australia, with some causes having global outreach programs with far-reaching effects on international communities. Learn more about Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on our blog.

 

 

Richmond Wellbeing

In 2020 Worldwide Cannington & Worldwide East Perth donated $20,000 to Richmond Wellbeing who inclusive, community-based mental health and wellbeing support services across Western Australia, they promote individual wellbeing, and healing and provide the tools to create a life of independence.

Precious Wings

"Worldwide Spring Hill l produced the gorgeous high quality printing we used for the Precious Wings fundraising luncheon 2018. They continue to support Precious Wings - we cannot thank Leesa and her team enough."

Precious Wings

OUR CARBON OFFSET PROJECT

The need for solar energy is at an all-time high, as it plays such a significant role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Some Worldwide Centres are investing in the Mauritius Project, which specifically focuses on the promotion of renewable energy. The aim is to achieve a cleaner future whilst also diversifying the current energy mix.

Click here to read more about our environmental footprint.

OUR CARBON CREDITS PROJECT

The Worldwide Production Hub is investing its Carbon Credits in the Generic Wind Project in China, which is crucial to avoid catastrophic consequences caused by carbon emission.

The project aids energy needs in a rapidly developing economy. Windfarms replace energy derived from fossil fuels, limiting local air pollution and creating long-term job opportunities for contractors, suppliers, and residents in the area.

Click here to read more about environmental footprint.

Our National Partners



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