Cedar Woods is a proud national partner of The Smith Family, Australia’s leading children’s education charity supporting young Australians experiencing disadvantage to succeed at school.
We have committed to directly supporting 100 students through The Smith Family’s Learning for Life program, which is delivered across 91 communities around Australia.
The Learning for Life program provides school students and their families with financial assistance for education essentials such as uniforms, school supplies and excursions; tailored personal support from a Smith Family team member; and access to extra out-of-school learning and mentoring programs.
Our partnership with The Smith Family will provide support for young Australians from disadvantaged backgrounds through primary, secondary and tertiary education.
Sharing a common goal, The Smith Family and Cedar Woods are committed to developing and creating a better tomorrow, whilst providing opportunities for young people to thrive.
Cedar Woods recognises the importance of community. We proudly go above and beyond our statutory obligations to support grass roots community organisations through our Neighbourhood Grants.
Introduced in 2009, our Neighbourhood Grants provide ongoing support to more than 150 community groups across Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia. A percentage of our sales is invested into the program, with the current total investment exceeding $500,000.
Communities that have participated in the program include Williams Landing and Carlingford in Victoria, Ellendale in Queensland, Bushmead, Emerald Park, The Rivergums, Millars Landing, Ariella Private Estate, Harrisdale Green, The Brook at Byford and Byford on the Scarp in Western Australia.
Cedar Woods is committed to limiting the risk of modern slavery occurring within its business, infiltrating its supply chain or through any other business relationship.
This Statement is Cedar Woods’ first statement on modern slavery and is being made in compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) (Modern Slavery Act).
The purpose of this Statement is to outline Cedar Woods’ approach to ensuring that its business is conducted within a framework that minimises modern slavery risks in its operations and supply chain.