Hamilton Locke's Community and Pro Bono Program is our way of providing assistance where it may not otherwise be available.
Often what we do and what we can give, cannot be accessed by members of our community. This may be due to cost, circumstance or other challenges.
The Hamilton Locke Community and Pro Bono Program was established to focus on addressing social and community issues. The program comprises of 2 distinct branches, with the Community Program focussing on hands-on support for the cause, while the Pro Bono program focuses on advice in support of the organisation.
Our Community Partners
Youth Insearch helps young people aged 14 to 20, who have had challenging experiences, whether it be grief, addiction, sexual assault or domestic violence. Youth Insearch focuses on building self-esteem and eradicating self-doubt through weekend workshops and weekly support groups. During these sessions, the young people share their experiences with peers and support adults, participate in trust-building exercises and undergo counselling and mentorship.
Hamilton Locke, Emerson and Spiique members will be acting as support adults at the weekend workshops, providing career and life advice and hosting leadership and communication sessions.
The Hunger Project
The ultimate goal of The Hunger Project is to end world hunger by 2030. The Hunger Project shifts mindsets of individuals, so that they are empowered to build and run sustainable projects within their community, whether it may be a school or a business, for example.
The Hunger Project provides resources, such as education, microfinancing and health facilities, to enable men, women and children and their projects to flourish, ultimately allowing them to break the cycle of poverty themselves.
The Hunger Project operates in 14 developing countries, including Ethiopia, Ghana, India and Peru. Our contribution focuses on supporting the organisation, whether that be reviewing and drafting contracts or providing brand exposure and fundraising opportunities.
More information on The Hunger Project is available at their website: https://thp.org.au
Want to find out more? Contact our Community & Pro Bono team at firstname.lastname@example.org