Local Support

We stand for Canberra

Canberra is our home and we are proud to support our local community through donations, pro bono assistance, volunteer work and by supporting industry and business events.

Every year, our people select a charity or community group in the Canberra region to champion.

This year, we chose Bosom Budies ACT — who provide personal support to breast cancer patients and their families and supporters in the ACT and surrounding region. Every year in the ACT, over 400 people are diagnosed with breast cancer.

Charities that we’ve helped include The Fly Program, The Tara Costigan Foundation, CanTeen (ACT and Southern NSW), Karinya House, the RSPCA ACT, Paediatrics at the Canberra Hospital, Galilee Foster Care, OzHarvest and Sid and Kids ACT.

In addition to our charitable work, we sponsor the Canberra Business Chamber’s annual ACT Budget Breakfast, and we host thousands of guests each year for business, community meetings, and industry events, by providing professional meeting spaces and conference facilities.

We are also closely associated with industry organisations such as the Real Estate Insitute of the ACT, the Master Builders Association of the ACTThe Housing Industry Association Ltd, and Property Council of Australia ACT Division.

Meyer Vandenberg is dedicated to being a leader in corporate environmental responsibility. We acknowledge that sustainability requires an effort from all people and industries and are continually looking for ways in which we can reduce wastage, re-use and recycle. We are contributors to the ACT Container Deposit Scheme.

We are dedicated to contributing to all aspects of our community to help build a better Canberra.

Being MV means

  • Supporting and raising funds for charities that benefit our local community
  • Advising, supporting and contributing to local industry groups
  • Enjoying a work environment that celebrates and fosters diversity and gender equity
  • Being specialised in our service, and passionate about our work
  • Looking after the environment.

Contact our Community Engagement Committee.