Newcastle-based recruitment business, Puro Group believes that even the smallest acts can have a lasting impact.
As a provider of skilled personnel for businesses, they understand the value of good support. As a result, Puro Group has proven that small businesses in Newcastle can still make a big contribution to the local community.
In the last financial year, Puro Group provided assistance for the creation of Lifeline’s Brave Men campaign and sponsored a successful event that brought together Newcastle’s influential businessmen to discuss and share awareness of men’s mental health and suicide awareness in the workplace.
Adding to the list of businesses they have supported, Puro Group worked with local charities Got Your Back Sista, Westpac Rescue Helicopter, and The Sista Code and donated their office space to the Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation over the past 6 months.
They have also worked with the Hunter Business Boardriders who have generated over $300,000 in donations to assist with good causes locally and around the world and who have been nominated by Nudie as Creators Of Good.
Director of Puro Group, Kathryn Blythe said the business has also embraced sharing the value of support with clients and candidates by sending flower bouquets through The Grateful.
“We have fun as a team making a living every day and we are grateful that we are also enriching our lives and the lives of others through the community contributions we are able to make each year,” Kathryn said.
“Corporate social responsibility is really at the heart of our business and we want to share that with others.”
The Puro Group is also able to work with businesses to connect them with suitable charities, including those mentioned above, and businesspeople looking for board positions.
IMAGE | Jade Pearsall from Puro Group, Lizzie Senior from HBCF, Leyah Jones from HBCF and Kathryn Blythe from Puro Group