Community Support

AUB Group is committed to being a responsible and sustainable business. Above and beyond the good business sense of corporate social responsibility programs, doing the right thing by our people, our partners and the communities we operate in is part of the Austbrokers ethos.

In the past year, AUB Group donated more than $20,000 to community and charitable organisations, including continued support for the Sunrise Children’s Villages (through the Australian Cambodia Association); the Create Foundation, which supports and promotes the voices of over 40,000 children and young people in foster care; and the Royal Flying Doctors Services.

AUB Group’s partner businesses also support a number of community events and organisations as well as a wide range of local and global charitable organisations through fundraising, corporate donations and volunteering. Some highlights from across the group include:

  • Adroit Insurance Group donates 2.5% of profit to local community foundations, including the Geelong Community Foundation, The Ballarat Foundation, the Community Foundation for Central Victoria and the Border Trust Community Foundation. Additionally, Adroit gave $100,000 in sponsorship to local clubs.
  • Austbrokers ABS raised $42,000 for client Children’s Cancer Institute Australia, and donated more than $22,000 to a number of worthy organisations including employee nominated charities, The Reach Foundation, and KIVA Microfunds.
  • Austbrokers Coast to Coast covered the cost of rebuilding the local primary school playground, sponsoring Gold Coastbased community sporting groups and donating their time to Volunteering Gold Coast. Additionally they contributed to the Royal Brisbane Womens’ Hospital, the RACQ Care Flight Helicopter Service and the Muscular Dystrophy Charity Ball.
  • Austbrokers Countrywide donated nearly $9,000 to a number of community and charity organisations including Legs for Eggs, Blackwood 8 and The Good Foundation.
  • Austbrokers SPT donated over $10,000 to support a number of local sports organisations and charities (especially supporting children’s health). Additionally, Austbrokers SPT is involved in and supports the Tom Payne Memorial Grant which recognises contributions from North Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club member.
  • Austbrokers Terrace donated $15,000 to the Smith Family to provide educational support tools for school children in less privileged circumstances.
  • Citycover donated to support charities that their people and their clients are involved in, such as the Mater Hospital, the CEO Sleep Out and Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.
  • Comsure Commercial & Financial Risk Solutions were joined by colleagues from insurer partner Allianz to complete the 100km Oxfam trek, raising over $21,000 to help Oxfam’s fight against poverty.
  • Fergusons Insurance Brokers was proud to donate $4,000 last year to a number of local community and national charities including the Reach Foundation, the Weekend to End Women’s Cancer, Connecting Skills Australia and World Vision.
  • HQ Insurance Group contributed more than $10,000 to the Summerhill Stud School of Equine Management Excellence in South Africa, Aquanita Racing’s Gold Day in support of the Twentieth Man Youth Fund.
  • InterRISK supports the Bairo Pite Clinic in East Timor, Odyssey House, the Humpty Dumpty Foundation, and Ability First and Challenge – donating approximately $29,000 this year.
  • Markey Group raised over $32,000 for Hunter Life Education, and was a major sponsor of Divas on the Green – a charity golf day supporting Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation and Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service.
  • MGA Insurance Brokers supported the AllKids Charity in Cambodia, providing education for more than 600 underprivileged children. MGA also support the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the Variety Children’s Charity. In total, MGA has donated around $160,000 over the past financial year.
  • Strathearn Group donated more than $23,000 to a number of worthy causes, including the Helping Hand Group, the Living Stone Foundation, YWCA, Spinal Muscular Atrophe Association, ‘It’s a Bloke Thing’ Prostate Cancer Luncheon, Sammy D Foundation and Rotary Club.