Spectrum’s Corporate Social Responsibility program was kick started after an eye opening holiday to Fiji in 2007. The “Women in paradise” project was proposed, managed and designed involving several women executives across several businesses or project sponsors, including Spectrum People.
The aim of the project was to raise funds to support three Rotary educational sponsorships on the remote Fijian island of Taveuni.
What is Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate social responsibility is an organisation’s dedication to operate and make decisions based not soley on profit for that business, but also based on the impact said organisation will have on environmental and social factors.
Spectrum People actively sponsors and supports many initiatives similar to the Women in Paradise project, and remains committed in all actions to good and ethical conduct. Spectrum People embrace social responsibility by being actively involved in community projects and by basing decisions on ethical rather than economical concerns.
Our other active projects
RCH1000 – Roz is a personal member of the RCH1000 support group, a group dedicated to raising funds for research at the Royal Children’s Hospital. This research is vital for many areas of the RCH and ensures to keep the institution at the forefront of medical advancement.
My Room (with RCH) – Roz and Spectrum People saw over $20,000 raised and contributed to the MY ROOM charity, which was established to support the Children’s Cancer Centre at RCH. Funds are raised to contribute to research into childhood cancer, as well as towards improving the wellbeing and environment of children with cancer and their families.