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In the Community2018-07-18T21:09:38+00:00

Slattery is actively involved in the broader community, through sponsorship, volunteering, and contributing to social responsibility within the corporate marketplace.

Annually, we support a number of organisations and charities that work with people and causes that our team wish to contribute to, to make a difference in their lives.

Melbourne City Mission

Slattery is proudly supporting Melbourne City Mission and the redevelopment of the King Street facility that is home to Frontyard Youth Services, which will provide a world’s first program offering 24 hours services to at-risk and homeless young people coupled with youth crisis accommodation.

Launch Housing

Slattery is proud to be associated with Launch Housing (formerly HomeGround Services) as a Housing Development Partner and Supporter. Launch Housing’s vision is to end homelessness in Melbourne.

Malala Fund

Slattery annually support the Malala Fund through donations from our team on International Women’s Day.

Property Industry Foundation – Cycling and Sailing for charity

Slattery are regular participants and sponsors of the Property Industry Foundation’s (PIF) annual corporate fundraising events, generating much needed funds to make a difference to youth homelessness through the built environment, and by partnering with other charitable initiatives focusing on education, employment and well-being. Across Australia, over 44,000 young people are homeless every night. Slattery staff have now participated in the annual cycling events (the ‘Tour de PIF’) in Sydney and Melbourne, 50km or 75km rides, usually in stunning locations such as the Yarra Valley or around Winnererremy Bay; competing since 2014. In November 2017, Slattery was a proud ... more

Other events Slattery have proudly supported in the past:

The Cancer Council of Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea (annual)

The Epworth Medical Foundation’s Gala Ball (2011-2013)

St Patrick’s Day Races (2012) raising money for the Geelong charity, Time for Youth.