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For our community

We care deeply about the communities in which we live and work, and we’re committed to helping them thrive and prosper.

Vaxa is involved in a wide array of community projects across areas of impact including child and family safety. Our Managing Director and Directors also offer their time, resources and expertise to a wide range of organisations. Our collective goal, shared by the entire team, is to improve and enrich lives in our workplace, our suburbs, our cities and beyond.

In-house programs

We’re incredibly proud to invest in people. And we believe that starts in our own backyard, through developing and empowering our own team.

Our valued staff enjoy a lively employee social club, along with monthly Lunch and Learn sessions that feature enlightening expert talks on topics ranging from data protection and security, and strategic engagement, to management of crisis communications - all while having a bite to eat.

We engage with universities through an intern program as part of students’ courses, giving them real-world experience to hit the ground running before they graduate. We champion their achievements, and previous participants have secured a role with Vaxa, or we’ve placed them with other agencies that were a perfect fit for their skills and aspirations.

Help where it’s needed most

We regularly provide pro bono support, or offer a not-for-profit rate, to charitable groups and projects. 

The initiatives we support include Bindi Bindi Place, which aims to significantly reduce abuse and harm among young children in Brisbane. Developed in response to an alarming increase in reports of child abuse, it will be Queensland’s first purpose-built, high-quality, multidisciplinary specialist care centre for children under six. We provide communications and marketing support while our Director, Sarah Morgan, is a member of the steering committee.  

From the very beginning, Bespoken helped to set up Small Steps 4 Hannah - a foundation dedicated to halting the cycle of domestic violence - after the horrific murder of Brisbane mother Hannah Clarke, and her three children, in 2020. The website landing page was developed within four days of their senseless deaths as a way to further support the family, who were being inundated with supporters and well wishes. 

Our work as a Community Development Provider with international aid organisations the Edmund Rice Foundation and One in Four Children has helped deliver education, livelihood and health programs to less fortunate communities in Australia, Asia, Africa and South America. Vaxa personnel spent considerable time in the communities where these programs are delivered, supporting service delivery with evaluation and economic development advisory services. 

Through Vaxa Bureau, we are also developing a ‘giving program’ with Legacy Australia, a non-profit organisation established in 1923 to support the families of Australian Defence Force men and women who have lost their life or health in conflicts.