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Activating our people

At PwC Australia, we don’t place a limit on the amount of time that our people contribute to the community.

We believe that our greatest asset is our people. We encourage all of our people to contribute to building the capacity of the not-for-profit and social enterprise sectors as part of their career path, and think about how they can apply the firm's values to their day-to-day work.

Our Social Impact Time program provides the opportunity for our people to bring their purpose to work through:

Volunteering - Supporting both unskilled and skilled volunteering opportunities with charities and social enterprises.

Mentoring - Supporting mentoring programs with a wide variety of organisations that work with school students through to social entrepreneurs and business owners.

Championing issues - Networks are aligned to our priority issues to drive real change across the firm, including Social Impact Champions, the Green Team, Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Working Groups and Inclusion networks.

How does volunteering work?

We want our people to utilise their time and skills to help solve important problems faced by the communities in which we live and work. Social Impact Time isn’t mandatory, it is something our people are encouraged to participate in because we know that the challenges faced by our community are best solved together.

Do you have an opportunity?

Our volunteering platform provides not-for-profit registered charities and social enterprises a simple and easy way to tap into the diverse skill sets and passions of our people.

Contact us

Jane Edwards

Jane Edwards

Director, Social Impact, PwC Australia

Tel: +61 3 8603 5839

Bec Humphris

Bec Humphris

Manager, Social Impact, PwC Australia

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