GWI has announced the launch of the company’s new pro bono program, formalising a long standing tradition of carrying out work with public benefit.
The company has committed to providing a portion of gross annual turnover each year to pro bono projects that align with its philosophy of doing work that makes a difference to the community.
This includes no-fee work or substantially-reduced fees.
GWI CEO Neil Makepeace said that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) runs to the heart of the company’s culture.
“At GWI we are determined to do work we can be truly proud of.
“The aim of our pro bono scheme is to ensure we are contributing to the community in a meaningful way and helping those who are at a disadvantage” Mr Makepeace said.
Through the pro bono program, GWI has supported the Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation’s PTSD initiative to improve support services for Australian war veterans.
GWI was also a founding sponsor of the Open Data Institute of Queensland, an organization that promotes the use of data for economic, social and environmental prosperity.
Expressions of interest are now open. If you would like to nominate an organisation or project to participate in the program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.