Corporate Citizenship

Generation-e works in synergy with its not-for-profit customers and associates to further the goals of the valuable contribution they make in the community. The company has forged long-standing engagement, even from its infancy, with communities through the commitment and social responsibility of its people. In fact part of the longevity of Generation-e’s staple workforce is the enrichment they gain in their career development through participation in:

  • Implementation projects for not-for-profit organisations, such as Microsoft Lync for VicDeaf, which are often subsidised through DonorTec;
  • Donation of products and professional services to meet essential business functions, such as a full call centre facility for Fifteen Melbourne;
  • Ongoing involvement of staff in fundraising activities, such as Movember, Girls Night In and Austalia’s Biggest Morning Tea.

Generation-e’s philosophy is based around helping organisations put their hard-earned funds to effective use and achieve their goals through better productivity and efficiency that our solutions will provide. If we can further enhance the solutions through our professional resources, we are keen to do so.

Seeing a deaf person use the Lync “telephone” for the first time or witnessing the enthralled school children of outback communities attend a virtual field trip with video conferencing, is what gives our team job fulfilment and meaning.

More than just a platitude, corporate citizenship is ingrained into our culture and manifests itself into tangible results for the communities we support.


berry street      movember     diabetes   morning tea    

 fifteen    ms australia    oxfam     qaihc 

       tlc for kids    vic deaf    girls night in