The Accountcorp Group supports a number of causes which includes a corporate team entry into the 7 Bridges Walk in 2013 which raised funds for the cancer council.
In 2014 and 2016, we completed a walk called The Bloody Long Walk both North Head to Manly and recently Malabar to Circular Quay, totalling 35km each time.
The walk was aimed to raise funds for Mito. Mito is a debilitating and potentially fatal genetic disorder that impairs the body's ability to convert food into the energy needed to power muscles and major organs; 1 in 200 people are at risk of developing mito.
One Australian child born each week suffers a severe or life-threatening form of mito (and half will die in childhood), making it the second most commonly diagnosed serious genetic disease after cystic fibrosis. A further 20 Australian children born each week are at risk for developing a milder form of mitochondrial disease or other related symptoms such as diabetes, deafness or seizures.
Team members also participate in regular voluntary work.
Craig is a regular participant in the 24 Hour Mega swim which raises funds for multiple sclerosis. This initiative raises much needed funds for their 'Go for Gold' scholarship program which awards scholarships to people living with multiple sclerosis. It covers a broad range of categories including education, travel, sport, music the arts and employment.
He is an active patrol member of Woonona surf life saving club as well as a volunteer age manager for nippers.
Jocelyn is a qualified Level 2 Sports Trainer and is currently with Camden Rams Senior Rugby League club. She has worked voluntarily for Wests Tigers, Wests Magpies, SWSAS Junior Rugby League Development squad and Campbelltown Collegians Junior Rugby League club, for whom the firm has previously sponsored. She is a patrolling member of the Woonona surf club. She is also a remedial masseuse.
Accountcorp is also a corporate sponsor The Oaks Group Six Rugby League team and the Oran Park Rangers Ladies M League team.
Accountcorp also sponsors local sports teams at Oztag and Touch Football.