Gallagher's commitment to ethical business practices has been recognised by the Ethisphere Institute for the seventh consecutive year.
The insurance industry demonstrated its caring side in action at the 2017 Gallagher Wine and Cheese Evening, raising $20,000 for YWCA NSW from donations and activities on the night, and bringing Gallagher’s total charitable contributions to the organisation to nearly $300,000.
Gallagher Brisbane corporate giving volunteers teamed up with the Salvos to donate their time to delivering Christmas cheer during the hectic last week before the holidays as their contribution to the 90,000 hours of charitable activities the company is logging to celebrate Gallagher’s 90th anniversary in business.
Speedos for the summer holidays featured among the clothing the Gallagher Melbourne team of seven volunteers packed for the Red Cross Shops on 13 December.
Gallagher Brisbane’s Great Cycle Challenge hero, Brand Marketing Manager Simon Long, pedalled 726.4 kilometres during the October fundraiser, breaking his own distance record and raising $1,535 towards research in treating and curing kids’ cancer. The Great Cycle Challenge (GCC) is a fundraising initiative for the national Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI).
In contrast to the standard donation model of corporate responsibility, Gallagher Western Australia’s Branch Manager, Operations, Emma D’Costa gets personal with kids at a critical stage for their future prospects.
Being in the insurance sector means that the Gallagher Team is in a position to be especially aware of the issue of men’s health. That’s why we've been active participants in Movember since 2008, raising $115,000 in total with this year’s donation of $15,000.
It’s an endurance event with heart. Tough Mudder is 9 kilometres of testing terrain and obstacles designed by British Special Forces sadists to test strength, stamina, mental grit, and camaraderie.
It was a client relationship that gave Enza Pacetta, Deborah Finlay, Paula Chapman, Melanie Strangar, Katie Nicholson, Eva Leslie-Lehmann and Eileen Jones the opportunity to donate 90 hours to charity in honour of the anniversary of Gallagher’s 90 years in business.
Gallagher Toowoomba’s Alexandra Kennedy joined the Koala Ecology Group to take part in a long-running koala survey in the Eastern Darling Downs, aimed at understanding why populations of this Australian animal are declining in some areas. Her effort is part of the Gallagher Corporate Volunteering program marking the company’s 90th year in business.