Aliva's Social Conscience
As a mature business operation with an honest and genuine commitment to doing the right thing, Aliva actively embraces opportunities to support the greater community and provide assistance past our immediate sphere of influence. Aliva provides this support through a structured, program of gifting, staff engagement and extended community support programs.
Our community partners include:
The Cathy Freeman Foundation
In 2013 Aliva supplied 600 laptops to students in a remote indigenous community via the Cathy Freeman Foundation.
Aliva is also a mentor business in the Queensland Leaders program, an initiative supported by Queensland business community aimed at nurturing and growing emerging businesses across a range of economic sectors. Aliva’s senior management generously volunteer their time for coaching and mentoring business for economic growth through Queensland Leaders.
Tour de Cure
Tour de Cure is a registered not for profit organisation which raises funds through volunteer based cycling tours and directs these funds to where they are needed; cancer research, treatment, education and awareness programs. Aliva’s CEO David Hawley was a volunteer cyclist with Tour de Cure on their Signature Tour 2012.