$71,891.00 in donations for Charity during COVID!

17 March 2021 Andrew McGarry

Recruit For Good, Where Business Meets Humanity

​Since the COVID lockdowns commenced in March 2020, Recruit for Good has worked with clients to recruit staff, which has generated $71,891 in donations from Recruit for Good to charities as follows:

  • Australian Indigenous Education Foundation

  • Australian Refugee Association

  • Bicycles for Humanity

  • HammondCare

  • Lifeline Queensland

  • Pathfinders

  • Uniting

  • Yalari Ltd

During COVID, these charities have provided assistance with out of home care for children and youth, homeless aged care, financial support for bush fire victims, financial support to people losing their jobs as a result of COVID, mental health support, support for indigenous communities, support for refugees and bicycles for people in Africa.

Since the COVID lock downs commenced, Recruit for Good clients have saved up to $230,000.00 in recruitment fees (Based on typical recruitment agency fees), whilst simultaneously generating $71,891.00 in donations from Recruit for Good to support a number of very worthy causes at a time when the community so desperately needed help. These clients have demonstrated the power of social procurement and how working with social enterprise can solve staffing challenges, reduce cost and support people in need across the community.

Operating as a Social Enterprise, Recruit for Good donates 20% of all fees to client nominated charities. Recruit for Good is all about reducing the cost of recruitment for clients whilst supporting the community with donations generated as we recruit high calibre, highly engaged staff.

With BCorp and Social Traders Certifications, recruiting staff with Recruit for Good can assist clients:

  • To recruit of high calibre, highly engaged staff.

  • To support their nominated charities.

  • In generating community goodwill, which is great for business.

  • To meet Social Benefit expenditure KPIs as required under the Victorian Government Social Procurement Framework.

  • To achieve social procurement objectives.

  • In achieving any stated SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) commitments.

  • In achieving any ESG (Environment, Social & Governance) objectives.

  • To assist in achieving the objectives of any “Shared Value” initiatives.

For more information, please contact Andrew McGarry at Recruit for Good - Where business meets humanity.