To have a powerful and sustainable organisational and corporate social responsibility culture enabled through DFP Impact
To embrace and maintain initiatives that have a positive impact on our communities and environment. To provide a culture of participation amongst our employees to give back where possible and in alignment with our values.
We promise to provide an ecosystem where our employees feel they can share and participate in initiatives that support, contribute and empower our communities. We want to grow as people, for ourselves and others, with an end goal of enriching the lives of those around us and making a difference to our environment.
DFP staff all around the country join together each year to have a cuppa for cancer research. A great array of cakes, biscuits and other goodies are exchanged for donations to help research into cancer. Contributions assists the work the Cancer Council does on cancer control activities - funding research and providing information and public education, cancer prevention advice and services and support for patients and their carers.
For more information visithttp://www.biggestmorningtea.com.au
Each year, DFP staff support Jeans for Genes Day – the official fundraising day for the Children’s Medical Research Institute. Funds raised go towards the prevention and better treatment of genetic diseases that afflict children such as leukemia, muscular dystrophy, cystic fibrosis and many other disorders. Every little bit helps and it is a great excuse to wear jeans to work.
For more information visithttp://www.jeansforgenes.org.au
A Not-for-Profit organisation, The Art Cabriolet (AC) provides multiple platforms for art expression and experience that target remedial outcomes for children in trauma or living in challenging conditions.
For more information visithttp://www.theartcabriolet.org.au
DFP staff are volunteering their time to help support the day-to-day operations of the Lost Dogs’ Home. Our contributions will help change the lives of animals that come into their care each year and raise awareness.
For more information visithttps://dogshome.com
Supporting Kidney Health Australia, DFP staff host a Big Red BBQ during Kidney Health week. Proceeds raised from the Big Red BBQ go towards Kidney Health Australia’s programs to promote good kidney health through education, advocacy, research and support.
For more information visit http://bigredbbq.com.au
The Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation (ALNF) is DFP’s national corporate charity. ALNF is dedicated to raising language, literacy and numeracy standards in Australia, teaching marginalised Australians – including those in refugee and Indigenous communities – how to read and write. DFP supports ALNF through fundraising for the “Wall of Hands” program, which over the last 5 years has helped the ALNF close the indigenous literacy gap.
For more information visit – https://www.alnf.org/
DFP annually sponsors a treadmill in the 24 hour Treadmill Challenge for children in 24 hour care. Very Special Kids cares for children with life-threatening conditions by providing a children’s hospice and professional family support services.
For more information visit http://www.vsk.org.au/events/24-hour-treadmill-challenge/
DFP annually participates in Steptmber raising funds and doing steps for 28 days for the month of September. All funds go to making a difference in lives of kids and adults living with cerebral palsy.
For more information visit – https://www.steptember.org.au/