Community and Charity Work

Every year, Transformation Consulting supports two charities in an active way. Employees are encouraged to volunteer when they can and to suggest charities that would benefit from the company’s support in the future.

Our current charities

Friends with Dignity

Friends with Dignity

Supporting victims of domestic violence re-build their lives with purpose, dignity and hope. ["error","An access token is required to request this resource."]
1 year ago

Dream big, little one! We believe in you. 💜

Sneak Peek - Sanctuary 402

#friendswithdignity #stepupspeakoutsupport

1 year ago

Big love to the Gold Coast Sun Community Newspapers for their ongoing support to our cause!!

#friendswithdignity #rosiebatty #goldcoastsun #magicalchristmasgalacharityball

1 year ago

BIG thank you to Interior Motives Burleigh & our fabulous volunteer Sue Jenkins who generously donated a gift pack including wine, glasses and a cheese board to the raffle at our Magical Christmas ... See more

1 year ago

Thank you so much to the Team at SOS Watch for kindly donating this amazing 1973 Replica Liverpool FC Home Jersey, still in its original packaging, signed by Liverpool Legend Kevin Keegan and valued ... See more

1 year ago

BIG LOVE to Renee Polden of Mortgage Choice in Robina - Renee Polden and Councillor Hermann Vorster for these fabulous Moët & Chandon & Veuve Clicquot raffle prizes for the Friends With Dignity ... See more

1 year ago

BIG THANK YOU to the fabulous Southport Sharks team for their very generous donation of a $100 dining voucher at the award-winning Carmody's Fine Steak and Seafood Grill, which offers modern ... See more

1 year ago
Silkwood School

Big shout out to all our Friends at Silkwood School for raising $324 at your recent Twilight markets
A gold coin donation collection is such a simple way to help and we so appreciate you chose us to ... See more

The market is on! The location within the parklands, surrounding the fig tree and buildings, means we can avoid the muddy puddles and remain dry, undercover, and on solid ground 🤗 See you tomorrow!

1 year ago

The power for change is right here!
Thank you to our community for your ongoing support.

#friendswithdignity #stepupspeakoutsupport

1 year ago
Friends With Dignity - Sanctuary 399

Sanctuary 399 has been completed by the Bayside Team and another young family sleeps safely in their own home tonight!

Sincere thanks to all who donated their goods and time to make this happen. It ... See more

1 year ago

What kind of difference will you make this week?
Happy Monday, Friends!

#friendswithdignity #stepupspeakoutsupport

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Signal Flare

Signal Flare

Involving the community to help the homeless and others in need.
1 year ago
Photos from Signal Flare - Helping the Homeless and Others in Need's post

Good morning beautiful people. Since last post we’ve got one vehicle and driver. Thank you so much Julie. YOU’RE AWESOME. Still looking for one more people mover or a mini bus and a driver to ... See more

1 year ago

This is a SECOND CALL OUT...
Since last post we’ve got one vehicle and driver. Thank you so much Julie. YOU’RE AWESOME. Still looking for one more people mover and a driver to help pick up/drop ... See more

1 year ago

"Royalty is having some clothes, some food and a sheet on a bed"...

Taking time out to sit next to someone on the footpath and chat you get to hear some real pearls of wisdom...

Thank you for ... See more

1 year ago

One of our favourite Santa photos, taken at our Christmas BBQ for the Homeless and Others in Need a few years ago... And Santa will be there again on 9 December ❤️

1 year ago
ABC Brisbane

How wonderful! Ginger&Garlic Indian Cuisine, 1/161 Adelaide Street, Brisbane ❤️

Spotted at an Indian restaurant on Adelaide Street. What a beautiful thing to do for those less fortunate than others ❤️

1 year ago
The number of homeless pensioners is the highest it's been for a decade

This is heartbreaking... Just even the heading, "The number of homeless pensioners is the highest it's been for a decade"... For many of us, this is the generation that raised our generation. The ... See more

More than 2,500 people aged 60 and over were accepted as homeless at the start of this year – up 40 per cent since 2013

1 year ago
John Tesh

You may never know the impact you have on people by a simple gesture, a smile or a word of kindness. YOU make a difference to the world. Keep on doing it x

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