Driving Positive Social Impact in Australia
WorkVentures plays a key role in creating positive social impact for individuals and communities across Australia. We combat youth unemployment through our traineeship and work placement programs. We help bridge the digital divide by focusing on digitally excluded communities. We promote a circular economy by combating the environmental impact of e-waste.
By measuring the social impact created through our work and programs, we are better equipped to ensure the success of our endeavours and continue to build and improve.
Our Social Impact Over The Years
WE HAVE ASSISTED OVER
To improve their work skills and employment opportunities.
WE HAVE DISTRIBUTED OVER
To individuals and communities that otherwise couldn’t afford them.
WE HAVE DIVERTED
WE HAVE CONTRIBUTED OVER
In repair, logistics and
other technology services.
Empowering Communities for Over 40 Years
For more than 40 years, WorkVentures has been committed to empowering organisations and individuals to create inclusive, vibrant communities.
Our past social impact report videos provide an in-depth exploration of our contributions to society.
Social Impact Video 2019
Social Impact Video 2020
Social Impact Video 2021
Social Inclusion For Young People
Young people assisted
Traineeship completion rate
Work placement students supported
Reducing The Digital Divide With Sustainable IT Solutions
Since 2000, we have distributed 100,000 technology packs to individuals and communities that otherwise couldn’t afford them, including:
We provide six months of ongoing technical support to the individuals and organisations we support. In the past 23 years:
Tech calls answered
Hours spent on support calls & messages
Support emails addressed
WorkVentures supports a circular economy. We refurbish and repair devices to reduce the amount of e-waste in landfill.
We assist major corporations with extending the life cycle of their technology and provide customised technical solutions.
WorkVentures has diverted over 3,386 tonnes of e-waste from landfill. Among the 1,350,000 units collected: