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The Harcourts Foundation

The Harcourts Foundation

Ever since the Harcourts Foundation was launched in August 2008, Team Harcourts throughout Australia have been raising money to provide support that helps, grows and enriches their communities. Whether an office, business owner, sales consultant or personal assistant, members of Harcourts all over Australia are donating to the Harcourts Foundation. The majority of the contributions are from our Harcourts branches, whose business owners and sales consultants contribute a set donation with every single property they sell. In addition, through salary sacrifice, specially organised fundraisers, and regular prize auctions at corporate events of all levels, all Harcourts members are committed to making a difference.

Walk A Mile

 

Every year, hundreds of Harcourts
staff across Australia walk down a
different path and join forces with White
Ribbon Australia to take a stand against
violence.
Last year, nearly 800 Harcourts staff, family,
friends and supporters across Australia “walked
a mile” in women’s heels to show solidarity and
bring attention to the national tragedy that is
violence against women. Our 2015 event set
a new White Ribbon record for a Community
Fundraising Activity by raising over $116,000,
and this year we hope you can join us to set a
new milestone.
“Walk a Mile in Their Shoes” is an education
and fundraising campaign led by the Harcourts
Foundation in partnership with Harcourts
Group Australia to increase public awareness
of the impact of violence against women in
Australia. All proceeds raised will be donated
to White Ribbon’s “Breaking the Silence”
programme in primary and secondary schools
across Australia, aimed at creating generational
change in attitudes toward violence.
In Australia, one woman is killed by a former
or current partner every week on average, and
one in three women has experienced physical
or sexual assault in her lifetime. These women
are our mothers, wives, girlfriends, daughters,
friends and colleagues, and they deserve to live
in safety, free from violence and abuse.

Jim 2016 Walk A Mile

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