- Pledging to find jobs
Pledging to find jobs
CHANGING PEOPLE’S LIVES
Last year, MAX found more than 10,000 jobs, bringing hope and joy to families Australia-wide. This year, they’re setting their sights even higher.
But they can't do it alone. So, this Christmas, they’re working with local businesses far and wide to find 15,000 stars – 15,000 opportunities for their job seekers to shine.
The launch welcomed local employers and community organisations from Sydney and surrounding regions as well as representatives from yourtown – John Perry, Graeme Riddell and Natalie Moit.
MAX Ambassador and Rugby League legend Steve Mortimer said the support received last year was instrumental to the success of the 2014 campaign.
“These employers are to be congratulated on their support for local job seekers, and their willingness to give someone a go.”
It’s great to see job seekers overcome challenges and experience the many rewards that having a job can bring. Steve Mortimer – MAX Ambassador
If you have a vacancy waiting to be filled, visit 15000stars.com.au.
In the spirit of giving, MAX Employment Managing Director Deborah Homewood said that four charities, including Kids Helpline, will each receive $25,000 to support their work in communities across Australia.
“At MAX, we support job seekers from all walks of life, which is why we have chosen to donate to a number of different charities - organisations that help the people who we meet every day, from vulnerable youth, to Indigenous Australians, war veterans, and victims of domestic violence,” she said.
MAX’s generosity will help Kids Helpline to help more young people get the counselling support they need, particularly those affected by challenging family relationships and domestic violence.
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