Every journey of 1,000 miles begins with just one step.
We support projects aligning to the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals
We fund projects in developing communities
We volunteer at Bambuddha Funded Community Projects
Key focus areas: Empowerment, poverty reduction, women and girls
We Work Hard at
The community projects we fund and endorse are the reason Bambuddha Group exists. Our aim is to enrich as many lives as possible as an outcome of our mutual business partnerships. We aim to inspire everyone we work with to get on board with the Bambuddha kindness journey and empower others to be the best they can be both here and around the globe.
We support projects locally and internationally with the aim of closing the gap between affluence and poverty. You see, we believe in creating equality and opportunity for all. Each year we choose an impact project which aligns with the Bambuddha mission.
Beaumont People Trail 4 Day Work Week
96% of Australians value happiness and better conditions over money. We are so stoked for our ‘Partners in Kindness’ Beaumont People on their trial of a 4-day work week! Happier & healthier employees, improved employee engagement and improved productivity levels, anyone? #workingkind Read about it here: https://zcu.io/1vsV The Beaumont purpose is to connect people to organisations that empower…Read More
AV1 donate over $15,000 to Bush Fire Appeal
The AV1ders are off to a great start in 2020, having produced some cracking events in January including the magnificent Long Summer Lunch. Now that January has wrapped up, we’re extremely pleased to share that AV1 has donated over $15,000 to Rural Aid to support rural communities doing it tough this summer – a result…Read More
We are so proud to share that Naomi Longa who will be joining us for the Christmas Keynote, has passed her Dive Instructor certificate. Come and meet her and hear about her amazing story empowering women and communities in PNG to sustain and protect the reef. Tickets available here #seawomenofmelanesiaRead More
20 New Locally Managed Marine Areas in PNG
Such a pleasure to share the progress of the 16 Sea Women of Melanesia over the last few weeks! As a result of the training, there will be 20 new LMMA (locally managed marine areas). This is almost double the number of areas prior to the training. Thank you to everyone who has helped to…Read More
How Bambuddha Are You?
Contact us today to see how your Working Hard can be Working Kind.