The Australian privacy legislation commenced on 21 December 2001. Corporate Citizenship and LBG Australia & New Zealand are committed to complying with the new legislation.
Contact information such as name, contact details and e-mail addresses are collected when you RSVP to attend LBG Australia & New Zealand or Corporate Citizenship events, or ask to receive additional information about LBG Australia & New Zealand.
This information will only be used for the purpose for which it was provided. For example, if you send Corporate Citizenship or LBG Australia & New Zealand a message through the website, or RSVP to a specific event, your details will only be used for that purpose.
The information we collect is always treated as strictly confidential and is never disclosed to a third party without your prior consent, or unless required by law. We never make our database available to other organisations.
If you do not wish to receive any further information from Haystac or LBG Australia & New Zealand or to be contacted about our work, you may contact the LBG Benchmarking manager to cancel any further communications.
If you wish to change your contact details, access personal information which Corporate Citizenship or LBG Australia & New Zealand may have collected, or discuss a privacy concern please write to Corporate Citizenship, Level 5, 20-22 Albert Road, South Melbourne, VIC 3205, Australia or contact us by email.
In 2016 our members contributed $236M to the community and 0.14% of total revenue on average
LBG members have
an average of
4 full time staff
LBG members on average contributed 0.56% of pre-tax profit to the community in 2016
In 2016 our members contributed $831 per employee on average
Employee time made up 10% of contributions by our members in 2016
Social Welfare causes received the majority of member contributions in 2016
In 2016 on average 11 hours per employee was contributed to the community
LBG members NAB, Woodside Energy & Wesfarmers support employees on five week secondments assisting Indigenous organisations with economic and social development projects.
"Seeds of Renewal" is a grants program, supported by ANZ, which aims to contribute to building thriving communities in regional Australia.
Datacom helps make the internet safer for kids through ThinkUKnow, an internet safety program delivering interactive training to parents, carers and teachers.
The Essendon Football Club aims to strengthen communities through sport, and a key partnership is with the Tiwi Bombers Football Club located 80 kilometres North of Darwin.
The Medibank Community Fund and Heart Foundation partnership was born out of a shared 'For Better Health' philosophy to encourage healthy eating, more physical activity and greater community connectedness.
In 2009, the National Gallery of Australia and Wesfarmers Limited established the Wesfarmers Arts Indigenous Fellowship program
Optus partners with The Smith Family to deliver 'student2student', a unique program that has helped many students to significantly increase their reading skills.
Origin Foundation supports Youth Off The Streets with skilled volunteering and financial support of the The National Scholarship Program and Dollars for Scholars Program.
LBG members Woodside Energy, NAB & Wesfarmers support employees on five week secondments assisting Indigenous organisations with economic and social development projects.
West Coast Eagles FC inspires high school students in the Pilbara with "Kicking Goals", a curriculum-based mentoring program in partnership with BHP Billiton and Swan Districts Football Club.