The 2022 Australian Workplace Giving Awards have concluded. We’d like to thank everyone who applied and shared their wonderful stories. The winners are listed below.

Workplace giving is a joint relationship between employers, employees, and charities with one main goal – supporting causes and communities in need. The programs are continuing to evolve and we will be celebrating all forms of workplace giving from pre-tax payroll giving programs, to innovative charity and employer partnerships, employee-nominated grants programs, and more.

The Awards were judged by a panel of independent thought leaders and champions of workplace giving. Chaired by Wendy Scaife, the judges represent a variety of sectors, with representatives from EnergyAustralia, The Smith Family, Philanthropy Australia, Volunteering Australia, B4SI, and the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal. Click here to view the 2022 judging panel. 

Workplace Giving Australia Awards Sydney 2022. Corporate Photography by orlandosydney.com

View case studies from the 2022 finalists!

2022 Awards e-booklet

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Congratulations to the 2022 Award Winners!

Best Overall Program (Large)   Best Overall Program (Small/Medium)
Gold

Silver

 

 

King & Wood Mallesons

Petspiration Group

 

 

  Gold

Silver

Bronze

Highly Commended

Bain & Company

Macpherson Kelley

Pepperstone

Catholic Church Insurance

Best Launch / Refresh (Employer)   Best Pro Bono / Workplace Volunteering
Gold

Silver

Highly Commended

Highly Commended

Ampol Limited

Mutual Trust

Dominos Pizza Enterprises

EnergyAustralia

  Gold

Silver

Bronze

 

Origin Foundation

King & Wood Mallesons

PwC Australia

 

Best Employer Grants Program   Best Innovation (Charity or Employer)
Gold

Gold

Bronze

ANZ

Commonwealth Bank

Australia Post

  Gold

Silver

Bronze

The Good Guys

Tomago Aluminium

Ampol Limited

Most Innovative Charity/Employer Partnership  
Gold

Silver

Bronze

UNICEF Australia (with National Australia Bank)

sleepbus (with JB Hi-Fi)

UNICEF Australia (with IKEA Australia)

Be inspired by previous years Award winners! Click below to view winners, videos and finalist booklets

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