EG Grow is our unique personal and professional development program focused on helping you achieve personal, relationship and skills mastery through individual development opportunities and shared experiences. We believe enthusiasm for life beyond work is vital to staying motivated in your role.
Giving back helps shape culture
At EG, caring about others isn’t about corporate social responsibility, it’s about our collective heart.
Lasting relationships matter to us so we support our team and the charities we partner with, with longevity in mind.
Health and wellness
All EG staff have regular health checks to ensure we have every chance of living a long, healthy and productive life. We all want to be in the best possible shape to face the daily challenges in our personal and professional lives.
Random acts of kindness
EG staff support one another. When one of us has something to celebrate or is in need of a kind gesture, the team comes together to show their support and EG matches the contribution dollar for dollar.
Our team welcomes opportunities to support those in need
March of the Living
The March of the Living is an annual program that retraces the steps of the hundreds of thousands of people who were persecuted and killed by the Nazis in Word War II. The powerful educational tour is joined each year by thousands of Jewish teens, adults and survivors from around the world along with many other people from diverse faiths and backgrounds, including the Christian, Buddhist, Muslim and Hindu traditions.
Neema Crafts provides training and employment opportunities for people with disabilities in Tanzania. The centre restores dignity and hope for many who were previously stigmatised because of their disability and relied on street begging or were hidden away at home.
The Helmsman Project
The Helmsman Project partners with schools in Australian communities affected by disadvantage. Helmsman’s programs rely on volunteer coaches who work with teenagers to develop an awareness of opportunities available to them in the future, creating a sense of hope and increased resilience.
Together for Humanity
Established in 2002, Together for Humanity is a multi-faith organisation that works in schools, organisations and communities to foster tolerance through intercultural understanding from a young age. Having worked with more than 100,000 Australian students and teachers in primary and secondary schools nationwide, Together For Humanity is determined to defeat prejudice and hatred towards matters of faith and cultural origin.
Humanitix is the first not-for-profit ticketing platform in Australia – a social business dedicated to redistributing the profits from booking fees to girls education, meals to school children and indigenous scholarships. Daring to be a force for good in a monopolised industry, Humanitix has partnered with Grameen Australia to make a real social impact and make events accessible to everyone.
St Martin de Porres
St Martin de Porres supports parents of children in the Philippines by enabling access to health care and childcare. EG contributes financially to upgrade the facilities and the whole team contributes by donating time, money, clothing and toys.
The City Link Mentor Program
The City Link Mentor Program provides financial education support and industry mentor partnerships to disadvantaged secondary students. Introduced in 2016 by the Catholic Education Foundation, the program has inspired and supported dozens of students from a refugee background to reach their full potential in Australia.
Father Chris Riley’s Youth Off The Streets
Youth Off The Streets is a community organisation with a mission to help young people who are homeless, drug dependent and recovering from abuse to discover greatness within, by engaging and providing opportunities to facilitate positive life choices. Support is provided through a wide range of services, offering a full continuum of care as youth work to turn their lives around.
The Age of Ability
Led by Adam Kellerman and Rani Vincent, The Age of Ability uses mindset training to transform the way people perceive their limitations. Having overcome tremendous physical, emotional and mental challenges themselves, Adam and Rani share their stories with the hope to inspire and empower others to live an extraordinary life.
When Professor Muhammad Yunus established the Grameen Bank in 1976 he pioneered the concept of microfinancing and revolutionised the economics of charity. Grameen Australia seeks to continue the work of Professor Yunus, eliminating poverty through social business and empowering Australian women and families to create sustainable wealth and a more secure life for the future.
One Sky creates and implements simple, replicable early learning programs that provide nurturing responsive care, transforming the lives of thousands of at-risk children every day across Asia. Doing so means children receive the love and care they deserve; giving a second chance at childhood to those most in need.
EG is the first place I have worked that culture is lived, not just talked about.
Weekends are an interruption!
I can’t believe the generosity at EG.