Being a corporate volunteer is a rewarding and memorable experience for staff and organisations.
Being a corporate volunteer with Aruma (formerly House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation) is a rewarding and memorable experience for staff and organisations.
We are thankful for the positive contribution of all of our group volunteers who support us across many of our services.
Corporate volunteering in our supported employment Packaging Business in Belrose, in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, allows your staff to see and contribute to our work first-hand.
For the staff in our Packaging businesses, employment is much more than a job. It’s a way they experience connection, pride, satisfaction and independence. For a person with a disability, working can be life-changing.
Our volunteers play an important role in the work that we do, allowing us to continue making a real difference in the lives of people with a disability.
In addition to building staff engagement, many organisations volunteer with Aruma to give back to the community (and meet their Corporate Social Responsibility objectives), while also enjoying the many real benefits the day provides.
Your staff will develop their team building and communication skills, while contributing their time in a purposeful and rewarding way.
“This was one of the most rewarding community service days the team has done… It was a superbly run day and we loved being directly involved with the Aruma team, being included in the witty banter and seeing the smiles on your employee’s faces.” — Emily, McAfee
“We really enjoyed interacting with everyone and were so happy to help the team get ahead with their workload. We wish we were back there again today!” – Belinda, Morgan Stanley
“All the feedback I have from the day is very positive. It’s definitely the best volunteering day event I have taken part in. It really felt we were putting something back into the community.” Simon, GENBAND
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