We’re deeply passionate about improving the lives of others and seeing positive change in action. We’ve helped to raise more than $2.6 million for worthy organisations such as The Reach Foundation and FightMND.
But building thriving communities requires more than just a financial donation. That’s why we get our people, our clients and our suppliers involved in initiatives.
We support our colleagues literally every step of the way in their efforts to build a new charity, Walking About Talking, from the ground up – including participating in the annual 20km and 50km walk to raise funds and awareness for mental health.
“McLardy McShane has been a supporter of our organisation for five years, fundraising for our Daniher’s Drive event every year since its inception in 2015.
“While the Drive has a minimum fundraising amount of $5,000, McLardy McShane has substantially surpassed this figure every single year. The company’s golf day – which it has hosted for the past three years in Portsea for FightMND – has consistently represented a significant donation for our organisation. This year’s event was no exception, and the team raised $120,000. With this money we have been able to make incredible strides towards reaching our objective of finding effective treatment, and one day even a cure for Motor Neurone Disease.
“Founded in 2014, FightMND was established with the purpose of supporting research projects dedicated to finding treatments for MND. While efforts have not yet been translated into significant disease-modifying therapies, over the years we have seen incredible progress in the accessibility and advancements of such projects. “We would not have achieved this without the help of organisations such as McLardy McShane. The team’s hard work and the generosity of their support network have been instrumental in enabling the continuation of our fight. Their efforts have gone above and beyond each year and we are continuously bowled over by the commitment they make to aid our cause. We could not voice our appreciation for this group enough.”
– Bec Daniher, Campaign Director at FightMND.