About the Foundation
The TechnologyOne Foundation was created in 2016 by our founder Adrian Di Marco as a way for our organisation to give back to the community and is at the heart of our corporate and social responsibility strategy. Our Foundation provides team members with a means to support nominated charities through fundraising initiatives.
We are committed to making a difference to underprivileged and at risk youths in our communities, by empowering them to transform their lives and create their own pathways of success. Our goal is to provide young people with every opportunity to positively impact the future. It is through youth that we believe we can have the greatest impact on the future.
1% ProfitEach year the TechnologyOne Foundation donates 1% of its annual profit towards Foundation programs and our charity partners, supporting our vision of changing the future by empowering underprivileged youth to transform their lives.
1% TimeOur people have an incredible range of skills that can be a huge help to charities and community organisations. Each year, team members have the opportunity to take 2.5 days paid volunteer leave to give back into their community.
1% ProductOur commitment is to donate 1% of New Annual Recurring Revenue each year. This makes it easier for not-for-profit organisations to access our solutions and take advantage of the efficiencies they provide, which in turn extends the impact of their work.
We are committed to making a difference to underprivileged and at-risk youths by empowering them to transform their lives and create their own pathways of success.
Our focus is on youth because it is through the youth that we can have the greatest impact on the future. To achieve our goal, the TechnologyOne Foundation partners with inspirational charities from around the world.
We are proud to be listed as one of GoodCompany's Top 20 companies in Australia and for our recognition as winner of the Community Contribution Award at the 2019 Australian Business Awards.
Opportunity International AustraliaOpportunity International Australia gives families living in poverty the tools they need to transform their lives, their children’s futures and their communities. Our support helps to fund small loans as an innovative s approach.
The School of St JudeSt Jude's is a private school in Tanzania that gives food, housing and a free, high-quality education to children from families surviving in one of the world’s poorest countries. We have been supporting their STEM and eLearning program Since 2014.
The Fred Hollows FoundationTechnologyOne supports The Fred Hollows Foundation in their quest to restore sight, fight for change and empower communities. Our contribution supports Fred Hollows mission to end avoidable blindness.
The Salvation ArmyTechnologyOne supports youth programs through The Salvation Army who have an extensive history of working with the most marginalised and disadvantaged people in our communities and are dedicated to creating hope.
SolarBuddySolarBuddy has a goal to gift 6 million solar lights to children living in energy poverty by 2030, to help them study with after dusk and improve their education outcomes. TechnologyOne has joined the global community to create a more sustainable world and demonstrate how the gift of lights can transform lives.
The Smith FamilyTechnologyOne supports The Smith Family’s Learning for Life program, to improve access to and participation in education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students experiencing disadvantage. We have also invested in their Exploring Educational Pathways program, enabling young people to develop a better understanding of the world of work and the education pathways available to them after school.
St James CollegeSt James College is a coeducational secondary college for years 7 – 12, located in Brisbane, Australia. TechnologyOne supports the St James Bursary Fund which provides an authentic real-world connection for students, helping connect students to future pathways.
KidsCanKidsCan is Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading charity dedicated to helping Kiwi kids affected by poverty. TechnologyOne’s partnership aims to improve the prospects of Kiwi kids who face significant barriers to success and developing greater awareness of the KidsCan work. lives.
The Prince's TrustThe Prince's Trust is a charity in the United Kingdom founded in 1976 by Charles III, to help support vulnerable 11 to 30-year olds in the UK. TechnologyOne has been a partner of the Prince’s Trust since 2018, and our UK team members regularly volunteer at the Trust’s disadvantaged youth programs.
Dignity for Children FoundationDignity for Children Foundation in Malaysia aims to break the cycle of poverty through the provision of quality education for children aged 2 – 19 years. Its vision is to nurture and empower world changers through transformative education. Our partnership aims to empower an ICT classroom which enables the students to receive continues information technology education, basic health, and hygiene, as well as quality holistic care which they need to develop academically and socially to break out from the cycle of poverty.