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RESEARCH REPORTS

We're excited to announce the release of our 2021 report

2021 REPORT NOW AVAILABLE!

2021 REPORT NOW AVAILABLE

Supporting Our Research

Corporates: $990 Incl. GST

For-Purpose: $590 Incl. GST

Click through to order your copy of the full 2021 report.

Top 50 companies will also be provided a GivingLarge Top 50 Badge for sharing on social media and showcasing their leadership with their broader network.

About the Report

The GivingLarge Report and research sets out to highlight the considerable community contributions being made by some of Australia’s top companies.

The 2021 Report provides a 50 page in depth analysis of corporate philanthropy in Australia. Insights include:

  • Community contribution by company, sector and overall top 50
  • Percentage of pre-tax profit & earnings by company, sector & top 50
  • Primary cause areas by company, sector and top 50
  • Assurance, standardisation & itemisation of giving by company, sector and top 50
  • Emerging trends over time for leading companies & the corporate philanthropy landscape
  • Biggest percentage movers in 2021 and stand out contributions
  • Analysis of most common cause areas.
  • Extensive discussion and conclusions on corporate giving in Australia.
  • Sector Analysis for Finance, Materials, Real Estate, Consumer, Energy, Utilities, Information Technology, Industrial, Health Care, Telecommunications

Full Report

Corporates: $990.00

Non-Profits & Charities: $590.00

The research conducted annually by Strive Philanthropy analyses the publicly available reports of our top companies, compiling their community investment statistics to develop a unique data set aimed to draw attention to corporate Australia’s efforts in this area. Supported by Philanthropy Australia, Corporate Citizenship and Melbourne University the findings of this research help to:

  • Inform future corporate behaviour in community investment;
  • Encourage increased contributions & transparency;
  • Stimulate best practice sharing
  • Create an environment of healthy peer review