MINDTRIBES is very conscious of the economic differences between developed and developing countries.
As Australia leverages the benefits of doing business in Asian and ASEAN countries, which lifts the economic conditions of thousands of local staff, there is much to be done within local communities. MindTribes Founder and Managing Director, Div Pillay is passionate about Children, Girls’ Education, Womens’ Health and Women’s Entrepreneurial Skills. MINDTRIBES Cares was created to address this gap.
With every new client signed, MindTribes proudly gives up to 10% of the deal to Plan International, specifically to the ‘Because I am a Girl’ Campaign. To view this campaign’s outstanding work, click here.
In addition, we continuously support two children, one in India and one in the Philippines to represent our client’s business interests in these developing countries. We courageously ask our clients what they are doing corporately to contribute.
Supporting the fight against Youth Homelessness
MINDTRIBES is equally passionate about youth homelessness. Around 25% of homeless youth in Victoria are from refugee, asylum seeker and migrant backgrounds.
Div Pillay, CEO of MindTribes is on the board of STREAT. STREAT is a hospitality social enterprise dedicated to supporting homeless youth, develop skills in the hospitality industry. Year on year approximately 82% of homeless youth find job opportunities and pathways for their success. We strongly support STREAT in their work as we are values aligned, in creating opportunity for those who are vulnerable and providing a long term holistic pathway that has measurable impact and outcomes.
OTHER WAYS MINDTRIBES MAKES AN IMPACT
MINDTRIBES is devoted to supporting worthwhile causes that have a material benefit to our community and environment.
Vick Pillay is an advisor to Breast Cancer Network Australia. BCNA is a not-for-profit organisation that supports Australians affected by breast cancer. BCNA aims to ensure that Australians affected by breast cancer receive support, information, treatment and care appropriate to their needs. We are proud to offer a voice for inclusion, to ensure BCNA reaches a wide and diverse audience with their message and support.