CGU has a strong tradition of giving back to the communities in which we serve, live and work. We believe we have important responsibilities to enable our communities and people to be safer, stronger and more confident.
We support a broad range of local events and community initiatives, and our parent company’s Foundation, the IAG Foundation gives additional focus to our community engagement efforts.
Our community efforts focus on areas and organisations that help communities prepare for and recover from natural disasters.
The IAG Foundation
The IAG Foundation provides a focus for CGU’s community activities.
The Foundation supports our people to engage with the charitable organisations and activities they are passionate about. This includes activities like workplace giving, fundraising and volunteering. Our ‘Local Chapter’ initiative encourages our people to support a charitable organisation deal with a specific social issue in their local area. The Foundation's budget is committed to these activities and it does not run a general grants program.
The Foundation has existing charity partners to which it directs support, and with which it aims to have long-term partnerships.
CGU is committed to ensuring the IAG Foundation makes a positive and lasting difference.
Enquiries regarding the IAG Foundation can be directed via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We want to give our people every opportunity to give back, whether it is through donations, fundraising or volunteering. Our people have many ways to get involved in community engagement and charitable giving – so they can choose to support what they’re passionate about.
We provide community and volunteer leave and match our employees’ workplace contributions to over 200 charities, dollar for dollar.
Reconciliation Action Plan
CGU’s parent company, Insurance Australia Group (IAG), has developed a Reconciliation Action Plan which formalises our commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
We a long and proud tradition of empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and believes business can play a leading role in addressing economic and social disadvantage.
In developing this plan, we have consulted a wide range of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander specialists from business, the philanthropic sector and government, to help make our contribution meaningful and measurable.
Our focus is on fostering relationships, cultivating respect and creating opportunities for Australia’s First Peoples.
For more information about IAG’s commitment to reconciliation, please visit the IAG website.