When Dick Dusseldorp and Stuart Hornery set up the Lendlease Foundation in 1983, the objective was to nurture the wellbeing of employees and their families, and support employees involvement in charitable and community affairs. It was a goal ahead of its time and over the years it continues to prove to be something that makes us special.
Lendlease Foundation programs
We partner with approved charities and community bodies in which we have an involvement.
Our global programs create a unified community with a common focus - to use our collective knowledge, skill and passion to enrich the lives of our people and the community.
Health & Wellbeing
Putting people's wellbeing first
The Lendlease Foundation has evolved its wellbeing portfolio of programs to address the four pillars of the Lendlease Health and Wellbeing Framework. External partnerships are key to the development delivery of these programs.
Community Day, established in 1996, is an annual event where we volunteer our time and skills to make a difference in the communities where we live and work.
We match employee skills' with community needs to deliver and support a range of projects. We address social, economic and environmental issues by providing services such as; design, build, clean, demolish, plan, paint, repair and teach.
Springboard is one of Lendlease Foundation’s flagship programs and is unique to Lendlease
Each year, approximately 250 employees from around the world have the chance to participate in this intensive five day personal development experience, structured to help employees deal with personal change, explore hidden potential, develop greater confidence and self awareness and live a more sustainable life.
The program is also designed to generate a positive legacy for our community partners by offering a highly interactive and rewarding volunteering and community engagement component to the Springboard experience