At McMahon Clarke we are committed to fulfilling our social responsibility across the workplace, environment and community while providing even greater value to our clients.
Our long tradition of community involvement is fundamental to the way we do business. We believe McMahon Clarke and our people can make a difference, and we support our staff in a number of different fund raising initiatives, including Jeans for Genes, Abused Child Trust – Tatts and Tiara Day, Cancer Council – Australia's Biggest Morning Tea and the Starlight Children's Foundation.
Australian Marist Solidarity
Australian Marist Solidarity is an international aid agency which carries out short and long term development projects in Asia and the Pacific Islands. They have a particular focus on sustainable growth in those regions through building a community's capacity to deliver better quality education and to develop skills. McMahon Clarke has been proud to work with Australian Marist Solidarity in developing its various policies around important issues like child protection, fraud control and displacement and resettlement. For more information, please see the Australian Marist Solidarity website.
McMahon Clarke is proud to sponsor Chain Reaction – the Ultimate Corporate Cycling Challenge which has raised over $7.3 million for the likes of the Royal Children's Hospital Foundation and the Starlight Children's Foundation. A number of our partners, including Brendan Ivers, have completed the 1,000km challenge which they see as an opportunity to give something back to the community as well as a personal challenge.
Yalari offers indigenous children from regional, rural and remote communities and towns across Australia the opportunity for a scholarship to attend some of Australia's leading boarding schools. McMahon Clarke has been a proud sponsor of the Yalari National Indigenous Scholarship Program and the annual gala dinner since its inception in 2005.
Hear and Say Centre
McMahon Clarke has sponsored a hearing impaired child from Papua New Guinea, Hannah-Lisa Xaiver, so that she could attend therapy at the Hear and Say Centre. The Hear and Say Centre is one of the leading paediatric auditory-verbal and cochlear implant centres in the world, teaching children who are deaf or hearing impaired to listen and speak.
Property Funds Association
At McMahon Clarke, we believe ongoing industry participation and commitment is essential to remain ahead of continuing changes and developments. We have had an active role on the executive committee of the Property Funds Association (formerly the Australian Direct Property Investment Association), the peak national body representing the interests of its members in the unlisted property investment sector.
PIR is a leading independent provider of authoritative research and ratings services on Australia's $400+ billion property funds sector. McMahon Clarke is a regular sponsor of the annual PIR Property Funds Industry Forum which provides unique market intelligence and professional insights into the global property funds industry.
Beat the Blues
Managing Partner Sean McMahon has participated in corporate boxing nights to raise money for Beat the Blues, a fundraising initiative directed to the prevention of anxiety and depression in young people.