Community Projects

Strategenics was born from of a deep desire to help other people achieve their potential. We care for people as we value diversity. In this age of exponential economic and technology disruption, we must act fast to ensure humanity enjoys a safe and happy future. Our team are therefore committed to make a positive global impact and we are collectively invested to deliver our three core business strategies.

Community Projects

Here are some of Strategenics' community orientated projects

Charity Masquerade Ball for Domestic and Family Violence prevention

The Strategenics team are keen supporters of Australia’s CEO Challenge to drive workplace and community awareness raising around domestic and family violence. Chris Mills, Managing Director of Strategenics is personally putting a lot of energy into fundraising for this great charity “so they can continue their ground-breaking work developing workplace prevention programs.”

As part of our annual fundraising efforts, Strategenics are holding a Charity Masquerade Ball to be held at Reflections – Lake Cooby on 4th November 2017.  The Ball includes 3 course dinner, drinks, live entertainment, special guests, fun games and an online auction.

 

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#DVPurpleFriday for raising awareness and creating education to address Domestic and Family Violence

The brain child of the Strategenics Managing Director, Chris Mills, Purple Friday invites workplaces and schools to choose a Friday between now and 24 November 2017, wear purple and raise much needed awareness about domestic and family violence. “I truly believe that workplaces and schools have an important community role to play in domestic and family violence prevention through open conversation and awareness raising,”

“This year, I am one of six CEO’s in Queensland participating in the annual CEO Race, a prominent event organised by Australia’s CEO Challenge to drive workplace and community awareness raising around domestic and family violence and to fundraise for this great charity to continue its ground-breaking work developing workplace prevention programs.” “I see Purple Friday is a viral movement for change, and it is just one of the strategies I have come up with to support my Race participation.”

Getting involved in Purple Friday is easy. Visit the website www.purplefriday.org.au, register your workplace with a tax deductible $50 registration fee, choose a Friday for your workplace to participate, wear purple, and have that meaningful conversation. The website offers several ideas on how your workplace can start that conversation.

Promoting your involvement to your networks is encouraged, as too is uploading a photo (or more) to Instagram using the campaign hashtag #dvpurplefriday; which will see all images collated on the website’s Purple Friday Wall.

Creating Opportunities for Young Women

Strategenics offered to support Bella by providing the team the opportunity to participate in a workshop that would help create a new path for the future – doing more with less. Strategenics was instrumental in giving the Bella team confidence to go fully digital and to maximise its online presence.

Bella Magazine, through the help, support and encouragement of Strategenics gained hope and capacity to reach more young women with their message of empowerment and recognition of young women’s value, beauty and purpose.

Join the Drive to save lives

Strategenics is an avid supporter of the Queensland Government’s safe driving initiative ‘Join the Drive to save lives’.

We not only want to get the word out about safe driving, we have developed a suggested safe driving solution for this great initiative. Read more about how we think technology can play a pivotal role towards the future road safety in our community.

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