Driven by individuals, supported collectively
When it comes to our community at Miller Leith, everyone is encouraged to bend and shape it in new and better ways. Our in-house charity program, driven by individuals and supported collectively as a team, ensures that we constantly give back to the community.
With ongoing physical activities and monthly mental health walks, we all continue to push our energy levels forward together and create an environment that has a constant focus on motivation, overall wellbeing and embodies a supportive culture. We aim to create the right environment for individuals to explore their professional interests and shape their career trajectory.
We have a set of values that we put our heads together and created that helps guide how we communicate and collaborate. It’s a continual work in progress, but it’s been incredibly important as our growth accelerates. We’re building a company and community that we love, and we are proud of our collaborative and forward thinking culture.
Miller Leith volunteers on a quarterly basis to organisations throughout Melbourne, or as a team enter charity runs. Some great examples of this have been Royal Children’s Hospital Run for The Kids, Making a meal at The Ronald MacDonald House for over 50 families whose children are facing enormous challenges. We have also been involved in packing food hampers at Food Bank for the less fortunate that, like many are struggling to support themselves or their families throughout Victoria. With most of the volunteer days, we are always trying to incorporate food as this is an industry that has given so much to us as an organisation.
12 in Twelve Program
Miller Leith’s ‘12 in Twelve’ offers unique and meaningful volunteering experiences for those wanting to spend time with others making a difference.
Our program is aimed at individuals completing 12 hours of volunteering within twelve months at their charity or organisation of choice. It’s designed to draw upon individual passions, key beliefs and values and not only provides a sense of fulfilment to those involved, but support to the wider community in need.